Researchers develop software for pandemic response

Researchers at the University of Louisville in Kentucky will head a federally funded initiative that aims to develop computer software for use by health and emergency workers during a pandemic. The system will be designed to allow for efficient logistics of people and equipment in various scenarios, including when first responders or health care providers become ill themselves.

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