Fig. 1: Reported interpersonal contact across four survey waves. | Nature Communications

Fig. 1: Reported interpersonal contact across four survey waves.

From: Quantifying population contact patterns in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic

Fig. 1

a, b Histograms of reported number of contacts (a) and non-household contacts (b) among respondents for each wave. Reported contacts are topcoded at 10 in these plots. The vertical lines show the median number of contacts. c, d Estimated average number of non-household contacts each person reported to have taken place by contact’s relationship (c) and location (d) based on n = 29,880 reports about detailed contacts (“Methods”). Uncertainty estimates are 95% intervals derived from the bootstrap. Each point shows estimated average numbers of non-household contacts in each category, per person. For example, Panel c shows that the average respondent reported almost 0.8 non-household contacts with family members in Wave 2. Avg. average.

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