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Stay-at-home orders worked to slow COVID-19's spread, study shows

Stay-at-home orders appear to have significantly slowed the spread of the disease for the US. Image: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

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Stay-at-home orders appear to have significantly slowed the spread of the disease. Image: Boston University

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