While I can't give you a fixed cost, I can confidently say that the value or cost/benefit over time resembled
a bathtub curve. It starts high, drops sharply close to zero, then climbs slowly over time as the infection
rate dissipates while a fixed mitigation strategy is applied, with diminishing results.
For blaster/nachi, we are starting to encounter side effects of the filters put in place, which is slowly
incurring support costs as exceptions are made.
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