Socioeconomic disparities in subway use and COVID-19 outcomes in New York City

Karla Therese L. Sy, Micaela E. Martinez, Benjamin Rader & Laura F. White
Using data from New York City, we found that there was an estimated 28-day lag between the onset of reduced subway use and the end of the exponential growth period of SARS-CoV-2 within New York City boroughs. We also conducted a cross-sectional analysis of the associations between human mobility (i.e., subway ridership), sociodemographic factors, and COVID-19 incidence as of April 26, 2020. Areas with lower median income, a greater percentage of individuals who identify as...
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