Google data shows how people hold on to their homes because of corona
Google data shows how people hold on to their homes because of corona

The latest Google data shows that with new coronavirus cases increasing in April, more people are spending their stay in Brazil, Japan and Singapore, while people in the US and Australia are returning to the park and the infection rate tends to be slow.

Google’s latest weekly update on the travel methods that mobile phones log for users every week shows that since March last year, final requests made in the past month, are no longer satisfied, but better.

Today’s data released by Google compares daily traffic between retail and entertainment stores, parks, train stations, buses, groceries, and workplaces over the five weeks from January 3 to February 6.

Singapore appears to have controlled the spread of the virus by strictly monitoring and controlling communications, but Singapore announced its closure on April 7 after immigration dormitories were dismantled. On the first weekend in April, the number of visitors to malls and parks in Singapore decreased by nearly 25%. It decreased by 70% in the last week of April. Business hours decreased by only 20% in early April and about 70% last week.

The US authorities have warned people not to return to normal, but Google data shows that traffic to work has increased again. The number of Americans visiting retail and entertainment sites decreased by 63% on April 12, but only 42% two weeks later.

Epidemiologists predicted that people would feel tired and bored of the US shutdown. As the weather warms up, people become more anxious and protest against staying home. This stabilized the infection rate in some areas and prompted the governors to reduce the blockade last week.

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