Phys .org: Reopen Mapping Project shows health and job tradeoffs for policies in US cities

Phys .org: Reopen Mapping Project shows health and job tradeoffs for policies in US cities. “The Reopen Mapping Project illustrates that the same limits on social interactions can have very different consequences in different locations, underscoring that the most effective policies must be tailored to local characteristics such as population density, age, and employment and movement patterns, Nagaraj says. It also illuminates a phenomenon that’s playing out in real time: Denser cities and places that were relatively less affected early in the pandemic are likely to see faster growth in cases as they loosen restrictions.”

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