Data shows, however, that some people are apparently interpreting this as “back to normal” and, at the same time, are relaxing on adherence to social distancing guidelines.
There is, however, an even more ominous warning sign: Data is starting to show that people are adhering to social distancing guidelines less and less, at perhaps the worst time of all to be doing so.
However, the number of phones staying home hasn’t been close to that since then, with a decline to less than 40% staying home by April 27.
And even though there are variations in the extent to which this is happening around the country, SafeGraph’s data shows this is happening pretty much across the US.
“After displaying symptoms, it will still take a few days for the symptoms to worsen enough for the person to get tested.

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