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One Year of Social Distancing Behavior on the Streets of Amsterdam

To mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Dutch government enforced that citizens should keep 1.5-meter distance from strangers in public. NSCR researchers evaluate compliance with this directive by drawing on more than 40.895 hours of video recordings of public space captured by 57 municipal public surveillance cameras in Amsterdam through the first year of the pandemic - from March 2020 to January 2021.
One Year of Social Distancing Behavior on the Streets of Amsterdam (Pre-print, version I)
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One Year of Social Distancing Behavior on the Streets of Amsterdam (Pre-print, version I)
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Prof. Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard

Senior Researcher

Prof. Wim Bernasco

Senior Researcher

Dr Lasse Suonperä Liebst

Senior Research Fellow

Joska Appelman MSc

Junior Researcher

Dr Evelien Hoeben

Researcher

Peter Ejbye-Ernst MSc

PhD Candidate

Thomas van der Veen

Research Assistant

Kiki Bijleveld MSc

Junior Researcher

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