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Associations between restrictions on public mobility and slowing of new COVID‐19 case rates in three countries.

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      Keywords: COVID-19; Infectious diseases; Respiratory tract infections EN COVID-19 Infectious diseases Respiratory tract infections 471 473 3 11/18/20 20201115 NES 201115 1 Box Changes in mobility (relative to baseline mobility): A. Residential mobility; B. Workpl... GLO:06C/15nov20:mja250822-fig-0001.jpg PHOTO (COLOR): . gl * Source: Google COVID-19 community mobility data (https://www.google.com/covid19/mobility). To assess changes in residential and workplace mobility, we analysed Google COVID-19 community mobility data (https://www.google.com/covid19/mobility; data status, 23 July 2020; online Supporting Information).2 We expressed mobility changes as proportional deviations from levels for the baseline period, 3 January - 6 February 2020. 2 Box Doubling time in numbers of confirmed COVID-19 infections* GLO:06C/15nov20:mja250822-fig-0002.jpg PHOTO (COLOR): . gl * Source: Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dataset (https://github.com/CSSEGISandData/COVID-19). [Extracted from the article]
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