The stay-home orders issued by many states earlier this year have resulted in behavioral changes that had a significant effect on the US economy. The charts on this page present a high-level look at some of the biggest changes and how the US is reopening.
The chart below shows the current reopening status of each US state.
The chart below shows the way Americans are moving around both before and after the stay-home orders were issued. Nationwide, people are driving and walking at similar levels to before the stay home orders, but the use of mass transit remains severely depressed. Not surprising given the exposure one may face on public transit.
Americans have started going out to eat again, but at nearly half the rate prior to the stay-home orders. This suggests that people are beginning to get more comfortable with returning to normal behavior.
Air Travel continues to remain at highly depressed levels.