Washington earns 'B' grade on social distancing, data company says

Washington earns 'B' grade on social distancing, data company says
Courtesy of unacast.com

SEATTLE — There may be fewer cars on the road, but that doesn't mean people are staying home in Washington state.

The state is not getting top marks when it comes to how well we are practicing social distancing.

That’s according to data company Unacast. It tracks cellphones to see how we're doing with social distancing.

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Unacast is measuring every state and Washington earned a B grade.

According to the site, there’s been a 36 percent decline in how far people are traveling since the stay-at-home order kicked in.

King County earned an A grade. The rest of the counties surrounding Puget Sound have earned a B grade.

Grades are determined on percentage of distance traveled. A 40 percent and above decrease is an A.

Find more information from Unacast at this link.