The NBA Bubble is a Grand Experiment in Epidemiology

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James dribbles the ball during practice as part of the NBA restart on July 28 in Orlando, Florida.
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We’ll see how technology, policy and human behavior influence an epidemic — and what we can do to stop it

As the United States continues to deal with the consequences of the largest pandemic in a century with roughly 4.25 million cases and nearly 150,000 deaths as of July 28, the NBA bubble is an important moment in modern epidemiology. It is a grand experiment in how technology, policy and human behavior influence an epidemic. And what we can do to stop it.

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