25 Million MORE People Left Their Home Last Week Compared To The First Six Weeks Of The Coronavirus
About 25 million more Americans left their homes on average last week across the country as many states eased their coronavirus lockdown measures.
Cellphone data shows that, on average, about36% of people or 119 million Americans stayed home last week. That’s a 7.7% decreasefrom mid-April during the peak period for the the stay-at-home orders.
In comparison, the average pre-pandemic stay-at-home levels were at about 20% or 68 million Americans.
New York has the highest percentage of people remaining home across the country while the states with the least amount of people staying home are Mississippi and Alabama.