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COVID-19 lockdown induces structural changes in mobility networks -- Implication for mitigating disease dynamics

@article{Schlosser2020COVID19LI,
  title={COVID-19 lockdown induces structural changes in mobility networks -- Implication for mitigating disease dynamics},
  author={Frank Schlosser and Benjamin F. Maier and Dave Hinrichs and Adrian Zachariae and Dirk Brockmann},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2020}
}
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic many countries implemented containment measures to reduce disease transmission. Studies using digital data sources show that the mobility of individuals was effectively reduced in multiple countries. However, it remains unclear whether these reductions caused deeper structural changes in mobility networks, and how such changes may affect dynamic processes on the network. Here we use movement data of mobile phone users to show that mobility in Germany has not… 

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