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Immunizing important nodes has been shown to be an effective solution to suppress the epidemic spreading. Most studies focus on the globally important nodes in a network, but neglect the locally important nodes in different communities. We claim that given the temporal community feature of opportunistic social networks (OSN), this strategy has a biased understanding of the epidemic dynamics, leading us to conjecture that it is not "the more central, the better" for the implementation of controldoi:10.1016/j.physa.2014.10.087 pmid:32288091 pmcid:PMC7127625 fatcat:etlrs7wktbchrg54cm37pcxjyi