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# Analysis of Corona-Virus Mathematical Model in Asymptomatic and Symptomatic Cases with Vaccine using Homotopy Perturbation Method

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4316/JACSM.202301003
Published in: Issue 1, (Vol. 17) / 2023
Publishing date: 2023-04-09
Pages: 20-27
Author(s): KOLAWOLE Mutairu Kayode, OLUWAROTIMI Aderonke O., ODEYEMI Kazeem Abidoye, POPOOLA Amos Oladele
Abstract. The impact of the emergence of Corona virus which affected all parts of the world cannot be over emphasized. COVID-19 has cost hundreds of thousands of human lives globally, presenting healthcare professionals with pressing challenges, and exposed the weaknesses of national health systems worldwide. Hence, there is a need for more vaccination of individuals which will in turn leads to the eradication of the deadly disease. In this paper, an investigation is carried out for the convergent solution of the model by making use of a reliable Homotopy Perturbation Method (HPM) in exploring the possible solution. Basic Reproduction number was computed using Next Generation Method, The Equilibriums points are determined and the model also explored the sensitivities aspect when the parameters are varied. Fractional model numerically using the Homotopy Perturbation Method (HPM) to obtain the iterative solution of the epidemic model scheme and presenting different forms of graphical results that can be useful to analyze the model. The numerical results show that the spread of the corona – virus disease is reduced by taking adequate and effective vaccines with time
Keywords: Covid-19, Basic Reproduction Number, Local Stability, Global Stability, Homotopy Perturbation Method
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