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Research Article

Urban-Rural Disparities for COVID-19: Evidence from 10 Countries and Areas in the Western Pacific

Table 1

Changes in relative mobility and time-varying reproduction number during social distancing (SD) or community-wide stay-at-home (SH) orders.

City/stateInterventionChanges in mobilityTime-varying
Median (range)Start# (95% CrI)End (95% CrI)

Hong KongSD3/29–5/07−0.02 (−0.27, +0.20)1.72 (1.60–1.83)1.10 (0.98–1.22)
SeoulSD3/21–4/19−0.05 (−0.16, +0.08)1.61 (1.47–1.74)0.93 (0.81–1.06)
TokyoSD4/08–5/25−0.34 (−0.61, −0.07)1.45 (1.37–1.52)0.80 (0.72–0.89)
VictoriaSH3/31–5/12−0.39 (−0.73, −0.11)1.41 (1.32–1.52)1.19 (1.07–1.32)
Kuala LumpurSH3/18–5/03−0.67 (−0.72, −0.33)2.01 (1.88–2.14)1.12 (1.03–1.21)
ManilaSH3/15–5/15−0.69 (−0.79, −0.30)2.50 (2.35–2.66)1.08 (1.03–1.13)

Changes in mobility relative to a baseline (e.g., -0.02 indicates 2% reduction in mobility from February 2020). # estimate for (or closest to) the first day of the intervention.