, Michael J. Tildesley, Anthony W. Solomon, David C.W. Mabey, Oliver Sokana, Michael Marks, and Louise Dyson
Figure 8. Probability of local elimination of transmission under intervention strategy consisting of 2 rounds of TCT, followed by 2 rounds of TTT treating clinical cases and household contacts as correlation between treatment rounds varies. 0 correlation denotes random treatment, whereas a correlation of 1 denotes fully systematic treatment. Each twice-yearly round of TCT has 80% coverage, whereas TTT has 100% coverage, and treatment is assumed to have 95% efficacy. Parameters are inferred from data collected from the Solomon Islands in 2013. TCT, total community treatment; TTT, total targeted treatment.