Individuals Physically Distanced Before State Mandates, Slowing COVID-19 Spread

Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 08:50 in Mathematics & Economics

Residents in all 25 of the U.S. counties hardest hit by COVID-19 began to limit their public movements six to 29 days before states implemented stay-at-home orders, according to Johns Hopkins University researchers. The decline in the number of daily trips people made as tracked by mobile phone data helped slow the spread of the […]

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