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A Deeper Look at Vaccination Inequity in Los Angeles County

There’s more to the story than a simple comparison of two maps. The sources of inequity are systemic. The Los Angeles Times recently posted two maps in an attempt to demonstrate the striking inequities in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Los Angeles County, far and away the largest county by population in the United States. … Continue reading “A Deeper Look at Vaccination Inequity in Los Angeles County”

Little Measurable Effect of Stay-at-Home Orders on Social Mobility: Los Angeles and Orange Counties

No significant long-term change in smartphone-tracking indicators can be detected since the Los Angeles Mayor’s order of December 2 or the California public health officer’s regional orders of December 3 and 6. Figure 1 below shows the average time spent at home by smartphones located within the City of Los Angeles, within the remainder of … Continue reading “Little Measurable Effect of Stay-at-Home Orders on Social Mobility: Los Angeles and Orange Counties”