Statistical Analysis of Counter-Covid-19 Policies Adequacy and Effectiveness in Croatia
Keywords:Covid-19, pandemic, counter-measures, adequacy, effectiveness
Countries around the world have imposed various counter-measures at national level, adjusting societal and economic activities to constrain the Covid-19 pandemic. Here we report the research results of assessment of adequacy and effectiveness of the Covid-19 pandemic counter-measures in the case study of the Republic of Croatia. Statistical analysis and inference methods are applied to identify the adequate national-level Covid-19 counter-measures, and their effective intensity levels, as a lessons-learnt evidence with potential use for policy and strategy development support, in potential similar future situations.
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