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Data files to support manuscript: A modelling approach to estimate the transmissibility of SARS-CoV-2 during periods of high, low and zero case incidence

Datasets analysed and generated during this study. We provide the cases per day by notification date and state (Data files 1 and 2) which, when supplemented with the estimated distribution of the delay from symptom onset to notification as in Figure 3D and H (provided in Data files 3 and 4), and Data files 5-10, analyses of the time-varying effective reproduction number and transmission potential can be performed (as shown in manuscript Figure 2). Data files 5–10 contain the numerical data, output from each of the model components, used to generate manuscript Figure 3.

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