Anonymised and aggregated crowd level mobility data from mobile phones suggests that initial compliance with covid-19 social distancing interventions was high and geographically consistent across the UK

Benjamin Jeffrey*, Caroline E. Walters, Kylie E.C. Ainslie, Oliver Eales, Constanze Ciavarella, Sangeeta Bhatia, Sarah Hayes, Marc Baguelin, Adhiratha Boonyasiri, Nicholas F. Brazeau, Gina Cuomo-Dannenburg, Richard G. FitzJohn, Katy Gaythorpe, William Green, Natsuko Imai, Thomas A. Mellan, Swapnil Mishra, Pierre Nouvellet, H. Juliette T. Unwin, Robert VerityMichaela Vollmer, Charles Whittaker, Neil M. Ferguson, Christl A. Donnelly, Steven Riley

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