PICKAWAY – Unacast a human mobility data company is crunching the numbers of mobile tracking across the globe and giving feedback on how people are operating during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders handed down throughout the world.
According to their data two counties in Southern Ohio are received F’s last week on how they haven’t changed non-essential visits within their counties, Pickaway and Hocking County. Adding to the list is week is a majority of the counties in Southern Ohio received F’s
Gov. Dewine said this week new orders may come into place on businesses and individuals on the way we are operating our daily lives during the Stay at home order.
Pickaway County received a F in no change to non-essential visits and also received a F to average mobility.
Hocking County scored very similar to Pickaway with a F in no change to non-essential visits and also received a F to average mobility.
Fairfield County received the best scores last week with a B in no change to non-essential visits and also received a B to average mobility. This week tells another tale with D’s in those same categories.
Ross county also failed to make the grade with F’s across the board.
To check out a county not mentioned click here:https://www.unacast.com/covid19/social-distancing-scoreboard
Some people ask how they collect this data and it is based on some of the apps we use such as google and Facebook who track from our smartphones where we go.