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Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of COVID-19 Transmission Dynamics

Koyel Chakravarty


The spread of COVID-19 has grown into a pandemic with havoc worldwide desolation, thereby posing a huge threat to future global public health. The administration of all debilitated states has effectuated certain control measures. In the present study, a conceptual mathematical model is propounded where governmental actions are taken into account. Infection dynamics is contemplated and the enactment of viral environmental reservoir in the transmission of the disease is spotlighted in the current model. It is worth taking a look on the detailed analysis of the proposed model. Sensitized parametric variation
is portrayed through graphical embodiment. Moreover, it is noteworthy to observe that both local and global stability analysis are performed analytically. Furthermore graphical representations have added the final touch up for clear understanding and visualization of the offshoots of this contemporaneous research. It may be concluded that though COVID-19 will coexist with mankind for long, it will let off its pandemic nature soon with strict administrative measures.


COVID-19, Mathematical model, Control measures, Infection dynamics.

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