Eva Lee has built one of the most accurate COVID-19 models. But due to a felony charge, she’s unable to access the computers that could help her quickly model the disease’s spread.
On a balmy Georgia evening in January, Eva Lee, director of the Center for Operations Research in Medicine and Health Care at the Georgia Institute of Technology, was finishing up a paper about the global spread of avian flu and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS. It was late and her husband was asleep next to her in the bedroom of their bungalow in a quiet Atlanta neighborhood.
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