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23 de October, 2020
Evolution of Confinement and Mobility
22 de May, 2020
58% already on the street, but still far from the normal 75%
DEFINING CONTINUES TO GROW MOBILITY WITHIN LISBON AND PORTO STILL BELOW 20 OR 15 POINTS OF THE NORMAL BEFORE THE PANDEMIC. The consultancy PSE studies
16 de May, 2020
In one week 82% left the street, at least one time
“DEFINING” IS BEING DONE SO MUCH. YESTERDAY, 55.1% WAS ON THE STREET AND 44.9% WAS AT HOME The consultancy PSE studies the mobility of
8 de May, 2020
77% of Portuguese already goes to the street
IN THE LAST 4 BUSINESS DAYS, 77% OF PORTUGUESE WENT OUT TO THE STREET AT LEAST ONCE. AVERAGE DAILY CONFINMENT WAS 48% IN THESE FOUR
5 de May, 2020
Deflection Increases, but Softly!
50.4% ON THE STREET AND 49.6% AT HOME, ON MAY 4. THE MAJORITY ALREADY LEFT THE HOME ON APRIL 30 AND MAY 4. ON
1 de May, 2020
On the eve of municipal confinement, more than half of the Portuguese went out!
The Confinement presented the lowest value ever in pandemic on April 30, where the most Portuguese (54%) went to the street. 31% made medium-long courses. And
30 de April, 2020
Confinement Down 7 Days Ago!
Portuguese Mobility is Increasing and Half the Normal is Already. Confinement Level With Average Fall off -13%. PSE studies the mobility of the Portuguese, continuously.
22 de April, 2020
Confinement Reduces -17.7%
THIS SUNDAY, FACE TO THE PREVIOUS SUNDAY The consultancy PSE studies the Portuguese mobility, continuously. This study is a panel that implies an APP installed
21 de April, 2020
Mobility Behaviour Changes Have Impact
On Covid-19 Expansion PSE carried out an analysis comparing the Covid-19 contamination rate, in each municipality, with the real mobility of populations. Mobility is measured through
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