MOBS Lab research shows undetected COVID-19 cases began spreading early throughout US
April 24, 2020

Research from the MOBS Lab has been featured in the New York Times article Hidden Outbreaks Spread Through U.S. Cities Far Earlier Than Americans Knew, Estimates Say.

Alessandro Vespignani also discussed the group's findings in the following interviews: 

Anderson Cooper: New Modeling Finds Spread Much Wider by March 1st Than Known
Wolf Blitzer: Unseen Covid-19 cases began early, spread fast

Fox News
America's Newsroom: Northeastern University scientist reports US is flattening the curve, but must be patient

This Morning: New model says U.S. had coronavirus outbreaks before previously thought
CBS Boston: Northeastern University Model Shows COVID-19 Spread In Boston In February

Here & Now: Models Show 'Hidden Outbreak' Spread Weeks Before U.S. Took Action To Slow The Coronavirus

Weekend Edition: Studies Show Coronavirus Spread Earlier Than We Knew

More coverage of the research is available here:

Boston Globe
Northeastern model shows Boston’s coronavirus outbreak began much earlier than previously thought

Boston Magazine 
Boston Had One Confirmed COVID Case on March 1. There May Have Been 2,300 More

CNN Health

Coronavirus spread 'under the radar' in US major cities since January, researchers say

The coronavirus was in the US in January. We need to understand how we missed it

As States Reopen, Health Experts Seek To Understand Coronavirus's Early Silent Spread

NY Post
Coronavirus was already spreading quickly in US by February, study says

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