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Markov chain of the progression of COVID-19 Describe the model in your own words. Graph a predictive model of the progression of the current flu pandemic in a country, state, or region of your choice over the next month. Use data from the CDC, WHO, or major news outlets. Write the assignment out as if you are briefing the topic to a decision maker who is not an expert in the field. Explain your assumptions, cite your sources, neatly handwritten equations are acceptable. Write the Matlab code using the markov chain functions.

explain the plot in two pages maximum. give the conclusions.
Here markov is a simple process where the new value depends only on the old value in the previous state.
X(new)= A. X(old)
'A' we need to determine the value of 'A' such that it is almost close or shows the similar result to our SIR model which was designed.
here I dont need any SIR model.
i just want the code for markov and conclusions.

I attached the problem question..please go through it.

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