One year of COVID-19 in Colorado: What we’ve learned, and what could still haunt us

Outlet: Reporter-Herald

Reporter-Herald: Cell-phone tracking data doesn’t show that people threw caution to the wind in the fall, but it does suggest more returned to work, said Jude Bayham, an assistant professor at Colorado State University who has studied mobility during the pandemic. It’s likely that the virus spread through workplaces, but people also may have returned to more of their pre-pandemic routines, giving it even more openings, he said.