How does New York compare to Texas and California on flattening the COVID-19 infection rate and rolling out a recovery plan?
With 10,000 new cases daily, bar owners in Texas’ COVID-19 hot-spots are vowing to defy the Governor’s latest closure order. The data says that is a bad idea.
Easing government restrictions and a decline in social distancing over Memorial Day weekend led to a doubling of COVID-19 infections and hampered recovery in California. Failure to stick to the latest shutdown could make things much worse by Labor Day.
A detailed dive into the categories and brands that are heading towards recovery, with a focus on Starbucks's current brand snapshot.
Workers from high-risk infection areas labor in open neighborhoods, while Manhattan residents up their recreational visits and downtown office buildings sit empty.
Don't bug me, I'm Local: Residents and NYC Locals are the catalyst to recovery in neighborhoods bereft of Workers and Tourists.
We’re here for a short time, not a good time: Motels like Microtel are battling-back, while upscale hotels like Hilton lag behind.
Unacast's Neighborhood Insights can zoom into any area in the US, down to the census block group level, and illustrate the area’s vitality via simplified metrics.
City stores survive while Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is abandoned.
Consumer visitation to clothing retailers took a surprise jump heading into June as more U.S. states began reopening for business.
Among the first to issue shutdown orders and start reopening, South Carolina and Tennessee are leaders in restaurant visitation recovery.
Visits to most beaches in Northeast U.S. and California decline