Apr 032020
 April 3, 2020  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Healthcare, Surveillance

Paresh Dave reports:

The analysis of location data from billions of Google users’ phones is the largest public dataset available to help health authorities assess if people are abiding with shelter-in-place and similar orders issued across the world to rein in the virus.

The company released reports for 131 countries with charts that compare traffic from Feb. 16 to March 29 to retail and recreational venues, train and bus stations, grocery stores and workplaces with a five-week period earlier this year.

Read more on Reuters (UK).

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