Report shows R.I. residents have generally stayed at home during pandemic

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Nearly half of Rhode Island residents remained at home when the COVID-19 pandemic was at its peak in the state, according to results released Tuesday from a data analysis conducted by a University of Rhode Island economics professor. Michael DiNardi, in looking to measure how many people in the Ocean State were…

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