COVID-19 Mitigations in the U.S
David Ingram, CERA, FSA, MAAA, Daniel Ingram, MBA (Author(s) vary by report)
This report series provides highlights of a weekly survey of practices regarding the mitigation of the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. The survey asks about the degree to which the respondents perceive that people in their community are following 21 common mitigation practices. The responses are separated by state and compared to state level statistics regarding the level of COVID-19 infections from the Johns Hopkins COVID database for the same time period.
The researchers’ gratitude goes to those without whose efforts this project could not have come to fruition: the Project Working Group and others for their diligent work overseeing questionnaire development, analyzing and discussing respondent answers, and reviewing and editing this report for accuracy and relevance.
Project Working Group members:
Daniel Ingram, MBA
Max Rudolph, FSA, CFA, CERA
Kailan Shang, FSA, CFA, PRM, SCJP
Robert Wolf, FCAS, CERA
John Stark, FSA, CERA
Thomas McAndrew, Ph.D.
Project Working Group members may vary by report.
At the Society of Actuaries:
R. Dale Hall, FSA, MAAA, CFA, CERA
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