As public health restrictions evolve in response to COVID-19, they will only be effective if local communities comply with them. Most local governments have seen high compliance with restrictions on dining-in services and large gatherings, but less so on restrictions on in-person work and social distancing. In general, local officials in the Midwest reported the highest levels of compliance, while local officials in the South reported the lowest levels.
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