The Coronavirus Is Here to Stay, So What Happens Next?

The New York Times:

No one knows for sure how long social distancing will have to last to reduce the spread to near zero. But if South Korea and China are appropriate exemplars, we’ll need to stay apart now for at least eight weeks, and maybe more…That timeline suggests that your kids are not going back to school on April 1. Nor are you returning to the office or catching a movie anytime soon. Plan for social distancing at least until mid- or late May, and be thankful if it eases off earlier.

I was hopeful that 2-3 weeks would be it, but that was probably too optimistic. This article had a lot of good advice. I got it originally from New Shelton Wet/Dry


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