Friday, July 24, 2020

A COVID-19 Peak in the US?

The US appears to be reaching a peak in COVID-19 cases -- or maybe we should say another local maximum. Hopefully, but doubtfully, certain southern governors will refrain from reopening for a least a month and maybe(?) two.

Of course, schools would ordinarily start in a month and a bit, and if cases are declining at that point there will be a lot of pressure to open them and probably start the cycle on the upswing again.

PS: Have I ever said that I hate the way Blogger renders figures?

1 comment:

Layzej said...

The tests/case is going back up too. That is a good sign that the peak is real.