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Covid-19: Study finds 10% rise in mobility rate sparks 25% spike in weekly cases – Hindustan Times

A 10% increase in the mobility rate or movement of people outside their homes in Canada correlated to a 25% spike in weekly growth rates of Covid-19 infections,…

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A 10% increase in the mobility rate or movement of people outside their homes in Canada correlated to a 25% spike in weekly growth rates of Covid-19 infections, according to a study published on Wednesday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ).
The study was conducted by researchers from Public Health Ontario, University of Toronto, St Michaels Hospital, Unity Health, Sinai Health System and University Health Network, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute,…

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