If it seems like there are a lot more cars on the road now than there were just a few weeks ago, you’re not mistaken. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported weekly fuel deliveries to retail gas stations have recovered to 88.6% of pre-coronavirus levels. After hitting a low of 5.1 million barrels of fuel in the first week of April, fuel deliveries last week rose to 7.9 million. Evidently, some of those cars are carrying people to destinations to which they previously would have flown: the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reports that air travel through the first week of June remains down a whopping ‑81.6% from pre-coronavirus levels.
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