How Covid-19 Changed Americans’ Internet Habits

Internet usage soared 25% within a few days in mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic started forcing Americans to stay home, a Wall Street Journal analysis found, and is bound to remain substantially higher than before the pandemic.

The shelter-at-home orders that followed President Trump’s March 13 emergency declaration meant that millions of Americans had to rely on their home internet to work, learn, communicate and entertain themselves—from video streaming to gaming.

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