This website is a portal to share information and results from the NC COVID-19 Mobility and Health Impacts Study, a project researching the interrelationships of public health policies, mobility changes, and the transmission of COVID-19 to inform policy decisions in North Carolina.

 

Results & Reports

New! Initial Findings of COVID-19 Effect on NC Young Drivers – Technical Brief 2, released November 6, 2020, examines driver licensing and crash data for young drivers in North Carolina by comparing 2020 data with historical averages. Also, Technical Brief 1, released in September, presents initial findings related to NC mobility and health trends, and references national studies about the intersection of mobility and COVID health impacts. View both reports.

 

10/21 webinar looks at COVID-19 mobility/health data 

Register for the Oct. 21 webinar "How is COVID-19 Impacting Mobility, Health and Teen Driving in NC?," which will look at COVID-19 mobility and health data trends in North Carolina, pandemic effects on teen driver crashes and licensing, and a case study of pandemic effects on meat and poultry processing plants. Register