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A view of people enjoying the weather while cycling along Hudson River Path on May 16, 2020 in New York City. AP photo by John Nacion/STAR MAX/IPx

People in the U.S. Started Moving Around More Before Stay-At-Home Measures Were Lifted

People in the U.S. are outside before they’re supposed to be – wearing masks, meeting outside with small numbers of people, and keeping your distance can help minimize the risks inherent in leaving your house, according to public health officials. If people are traveling slightly further and seeing slightly more people, these safeguards could make a difference. Matteo Chinazzi and Stefan McCabe from the Network Science Institute weigh in on how this can effect the curve during the pandemic.

To continue reading this article, click here. Originally published on News@Northeastern on May 26, 2020.

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