Published: June 18, 2020

People in Colorado did not stray far from home during the governor’s stay-at-home order, according to cellphone mobility data analyzed by a group of COVID-19 modeling researchers that includes Health and Behavioral Science Associate Professor jimi adams. “We aren’t trying to predict the future, what we’re trying to do is say, ‘If people behave in a certain way, what would the future look like?’ And, in all of the cases, we expect the future to change,” said adams.

Cellphone tracking shows Colorado residents mostly stayed home during health order
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