Imperial College have published their COVID-19 modelling code on GitHub. Their modelling has apparently been used in forming UK policy.
The Washington Post has some simple visual simulations that show how strategies such as quarantining and social distancing can impact the spread of an infectious disease.
Effective COVID-19 dashboard showing UK cases—from Public Health England.
It makes use of two epidemiology packages.
earlyRfor estimation of infectiousness, as measured by the reproduction number (R), in the early stages of an outbreak.
EpiEstimfor estimating the time varying instantaneous reproduction number during epidemics
These packages, and many more, are part of the R Epidemics Consortium (RECON). They
[…] gather experts in data science, modelling methodology, public health, and software development to create the next generation of analytics tools for informing the response to disease outbreaks, health emergencies and humanitarian crises, using the R software and other free, open-source resources.