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IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications
We use a simple epidemiological model to investigate the e ects of a nonlocal feedback on the disease dynamics. We consider a context in which two groups can be identi ed: the population that is experiencing an epidemic and an \outside" population that acts primarily as a source and sink of uninfected individuals. The disease dynamics of the a icted group is e ected by immigration from the outside group, which, in turn, is e ected by the state of the disease. The response to this type ofdoi:10.1007/978-1-4757-3667-0_8 fatcat:6hoishfwwfbohe6ccncmawdu2q