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Professor specializing in COVID-19 computer models talks about a potential second wave

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UTSA mathematics professor and COVID-19 modeler, Dr. Juan Gutiérrezcompares COVID-19’S death rate to that of the flu and also talks about thepotential second wave coming in this pandemic. (SBG Photo)

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SAN ANTONIO - Bexar County and San Antonio are trending in the right direction when it comes to the Coronavirus, but they’re vulnerable to worsening conditions. That’s according to this week’s guest, UTSA mathematics professor and COVID-19 modeler, Dr. Juan Gutiérrez.

In this week’s edition of San Antonio’s Voice, Gutiérrez talks with Randy Beamer about his new COVID-19 model which will account for every county in the United States. This new projection will show what San Antonio and Texas are expected to look like over the next two months. Plus, Gutiérrez explains the important reason for only projecting through mid-November.

In this podcast, Gutiérrez compares COVID-19’S death rate to that of the flu and also talks about the potential second wave coming in this pandemic.

Gutiérrez is the Chair of Mathematics at UTSA. He has also worked on infectious diseases for over a decade, focused on research pertaining to asymptomatic carriers and their transmission of malaria.

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