High Marks for the People of the TriState for Staying Home

People who live in Rising Sun, Indiana and the rest of Ohio County are doing the best at following the stay home orders in effect because of the coronavirus outbreak. A new study gives Ohio County an A for social distancing. Unacast prepared their social distancing scoreboard based on the reduction in travel seen in each county of the United States since the pandemic hit. In Ohio County, the average distance traveled is down 55%.

In addition to Ohio County other local counties earning a grade of A include Hamilton, Clermont and Warren in Ohio and Kenton and Campbell Counties in Northern Kentucky. The county earning the lowest grade in the TriState is Gallatin County in Northern Kentucky. Unacast says that the average distance travelled there has only declined by 3% since the outbreak began.

The map below shows which states get the best grades for following the stay home orders issued by their governors. States in blue get an A, green a B,

brown is a C, orange is a D and bright orange is F. Following that you can see the breakdown inside each state.

Social Distancing Map from Unacast
Ohio Unacast Map
Kentucky Unacast Map
Indiana Unacast Map

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