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Study suggests social distancing in US varies by income

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According to a new study, wealthier communities went from being the most mobile before the COVID-19 pandemic to the least mobile, while poorer areas have gone from the least-mobile to the most-mobile. The study by the University of California, Davis - showed about a 25 percentage point jump of the wealthiest census tracts staying completely at home compared with a 10 percentage point increase in staying at home in the poorest communities.
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News video: UC Davis Study Shows It’s Harder For Low-Income Families To Social Distance

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Wealthy people have an easier time staying home and social distancing, while low-income families bear the brunt of exposure, a UC Davis study found.

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