Video shows phones at a Florida beach during spring break, and where they all traveled during the coronavirus outbreak


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A new “heat map” using cellphone location data shows the terrifying consequences of Florida’s beaches remaining open during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As you can see in the video, cellphones on a single beach in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, during spring break were selected and tracked, and then seen sprawling all over the Eastern half of the country, potentially spreading the virus even further.

The video was created to show human movement during the coronavirus pandemic and uses data collected by a location technology company called X-Mode, which was then put into the Tectonix data visualization platform.


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Cool story. Now do seasonal flu.
arent you such a smarty pants...look, literally one person, literally took literal minutes to write that bovinial fecal matter story, short on substance, to literally PROVE beyone any literal point objective that TRUMP is bad... come on, literally!!! It has a map and everything!!!


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It's kind of neat, but disturbing at the same time that they can do this.

I imagine this has some great uses for the tourist industry among others.