A new COVID-19 mobility monitor report ist online

Traffic in the Pandemic by Distance

You can find the whole report here: ** -> Traffic in the Pandemic by Distance <- **

In past reports we have shown repeatedly that the change in mobility during the pandemic affects local and long-distance traffic differently. Recently, there has been increased interest in traffic-by-distance, as actual and proposed policies like the “15-km rule” have targeted long-distance travel to limit the spread from COVID-19 hotspots to neighboring areas and beyond. This report explores how much traffic remains local, how much crosses borders, and how drastic regional differences are.

The report can be found on the covid-19-mobility monitor site but is also available as an Observable notebook.

Adrian Zachariae
Adrian Zachariae
PhD Student

My research interests are dangerously widespread and include evolutionary dynamics, human mobility and honey bee social networks.