Modeling COVID-19 hospital admissions and occupancy in the Netherlands

02/15/2021
by   René Bekker, et al.
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We describe the models we built for hospital admissions and occupancy of COVID-19 patients in the Netherlands. These models were used to make short-term decisions about transfers of patients between regions and for long-term policy making. We motivate and describe the model we used for predicting admissions and how we use this to make predictions on occupancy.

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