More Data Suggests Distancing Measures Are Working
A smart thermometer company has identified a promising trend
More evidence that strict social distancing is working: As Donald G. McNeil Jr. reported in the New York Times on Monday evening, there’s been a significant drop in fevers recorded nationwide, suggesting strict distancing measures might be working. The new data comes from Kinsa Health, which makes internet-connected thermometers. The company created a national map of fever levels, which is how the trend was identified.
Read McNeil’s article below, and check out the fever map for yourself.
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