- Sep 21, 2017
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Silly you, indeed, for neglecting to prioritize political/election-considerations in setting the National/Federal policy.https://www.theatlantic.com/family/...social-distancing-over-back-to-normal/608752/
Interesting article describing four different Coronavirus timelines. Silly me, I thought it was science fiction describing different alternate realities. In a way I guess I was right.
I think this graph is misleading, as it suggests that social distancing for 2 months will cap US covid-19 infections at 14Mil (5% of the population).Here's an interactive graph of social distancing time vs spread.
There is no evidence to suggest that the virus will peter out after 2 months of social distancing.
Social distancing is great for lowering the concurrent peak demand on hospital resources (flatten the curve), but has no effect on overall population infection rate (total area under the curve).