How Well is DC Doing at Social Distancing? | Urban Turf

March 25, 2020
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On March 25, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, A timeline of the D.C. region’s COVID-19 pandemic, was cited by Urban Turf:

DC proper’s A-grade reflects a 60% decrease in the average distance travelled by city residents. This data is as of March 21st, by which time the city was under a state of emergency, dine-in service had been shut down, and maximum capacities had been put in place for public gatherings. As of Tuesday night, the mayor ordered non-essential businesses to close.

Read more: How Well is DC Doing at Social Distancing? | Urban Turf

Related: A timeline of the D.C. region’s COVID-19 pandemic | D.C. Policy Center

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