Kansas receives "C-" in social distancing report card
Many people don't seem to be making the grade when it comes following orders to stay home to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Unacast, a company that tracks human mobility data, used GPS information from mobile devices to track changes in how much people are moving around.. They issued a report card and corresponding map, giving grades on both a statewide and county-by-county basis.
Overall, the U.S. earned a "C." Michigan, New York, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. earned the highest grades of "A-."
Kansas got a "C-."
At the county level, Johnson and Riley counties were the only locations to earn "A-."
Shawnee Co. earned a "C," while Lyon and Coffey counties were among those graded "F."
You can find the complete social distancing report card "a href="https://www.unacast.com/covid19/social-distancing-scoreboard">by clicking here