[nexa] Appena pubblicato: "COVID-19 outbreak response: first assessment of mobility changes in Italy following lockdown"

J.C. DE MARTIN demartin at polito.it
Fri Mar 13 18:45:41 CET 2020


  COVID-19 outbreak response: first assessment of mobility changes in
  Italy following lockdown

/Authors:/

/Emanuele Pepe (1), Paolo Bajardi (1), Laetitia Gauvin (1), Filippo 
Privitera (2), Ciro Cattuto (1,3), Michele Tizzoni (1)/

/1. ISI Foundation/

/2. Cuebiq Inc./

/3. University of Turin/

/*Notice*: this is preliminary analysis, has not yet been peer-reviewed 
and is updated daily as new data becomes available. This work is 
licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 
<https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/>. A summary of this report 
can be downloaded here 
<https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bu-QYturpwdrWPKdTTIzwAWoIkPBIOOK/view?usp=sharing>/


    Background

The mitigation measures enacted as part of the response to the unfolding 
SARS-CoV-2 pandemic are unprecedented in their breadth and societal 
burden. A major challenge in this situation is to quantitatively assess 
the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions like mobility 
restrictions and social distancing, to better understand the ensuing 
reduction of mobility flows, individual mobility changes, and impact on 
contact patterns. Here we report preliminary results on tackling the 
above challenges by using de-identified, large-scale data from a 
location intelligence company, Cuebiq, that has instrumented smartphone 
apps with high-accuracy location-data collection software. We focus this 
initial analysis on Italy, where the COVID-19 epidemic has already 
triggered an unprecedented and escalating series of restrictions on 
travel and individual mobility of citizens.

Continua qui:

https://covid19mm.github.io/in-progress/2020/03/13/first-report-assessment.html


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