Observational studies

Social distancing

Below, we list all observational studies identified

Title Study reference Full text
The Immediate Effect of COVID-19 Policies on Social Distancing Behavior in the United States Abouk R, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Shut it down: a cross country panel analysis on the efficacy of lockdown measures Alfano V, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Estimating the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on documented infections with COVID-19: A cross-country analysis Banholzer N, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Proactive social distancing mitigates COVID-19 outbreaks within a month across 58 mainland China cities Du Z, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Mandatory social distancing associated with increased doubling time: an example using hyperlocal data Ebell M, medRxiv,2020 Full text
The positive impact of lockdown in Wuhan on containing the COVID-19 outbreak in China. Lau H, J Travel Med, 2020 Full text
Synchronized travel restrictions across cities can be effective in COVID-19 control Liu H, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
COVID-19 related social distancing measures and reduction in city mobility Malik AA, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
COVID-19: One-month impact of the French lockdown on the epidemic burden Roux J, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Social distancing to slow the U.S. COVID-19 epidemic: an interrupted time-series analysis Siedner MJ, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Estimating the effect of physical distancing on the COVID-19 pandemic using an urban mobility index Soucy J-P R, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
A Retrospective Analysis of Clinical Recovery-Period of the First 1000 COVID-19 Patients in Singapore for Estimating Recovery Rate Sreevalsan-Nair J, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Early evaluation of the Wuhan City travel restrictions in response to the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak Tian H, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
Reporting the life tracks of confirmed cases can effective prevent and control the COVID-19 outbreak in China Zhang J, medRxiv, 2020 Full text
The differential impact of physical distancing strategies on social contacts relevant for the spread of COVID-19 Del Fava E, medRxiv, 2020 Full text

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