Sources: 1 Pew Research, Covid and Work, 2/16/22; 2 Optum, “Provider Telehealth Use and Experience Survey,” March 2022. 3 United States Census Bureau, “Latest Quarterly E-Commerce Report,” 5/19/22. The “pandemic” is measured as Q1 2020 to Q1 2022, and “reopening” is Q2 2020 to Q1 2022. 4 Adobe Digital Insights, "Digital Economy Index: 2-Year Pandemic Report," 2022.
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