Google data show disobedience to isolation measures in America and Australia and are bound by it in other countries

Google data show disobedience to isolation measures in America and Australia and are bound by it in other countries

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Google data showed that more people stayed in homes in Brazil, Japan and Singapore in April, when the incidence of Corona virus increased greatly, while people in the United States and Australia returned to parks and businesses at a time when the incidence of the disease decreased.
The latest weekly update of the travel patterns that Google has monitored from its users ’phones indicate an increasing disobedience to general isolation orders in effect since March, but there is a growing compliance with the instructions issued last month.
The data compared daily traffic to retail stores, entertainment sites, parks, train stations, buses, grocery stores and workplaces with a five-week period starting from January 3rd to February 6th.

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