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Verizon Wireless cell-network data indicates how well its customers in the U.S. are staying put during the coronavirus pandemic, with some regions of the country doing far better than others.
The carrier sees a general decline in the number of cell-site handoffs that take place when data sessions move from one tower to another as people move around.
Thanks to Michael Cooney (see source)