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thisisatestof2 5 points ago +5 / -0

The nationwide shift during the week of April 13 was relatively slight. However, any loss of momentum, particularly when stay-in-place orders remain in effect across most of the country, has some public health experts worried about "quarantine fatigue." Any increase in travel, they say, is premature when staying home remains the most effective way to limit the spread of the virus until widespread testing and contact tracing become available.

Ah, the "experts" who have yet to have a model that is even close to accurate, keep moving goal posts (i.e. flatten the curve vs stop the spread) etc. Except for a few days where we had bad weather I have been out every day.

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mintyfresh [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same here. Yesterday seemed normal; everybody was out.

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thisisatestof2 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same here in CT. Today was dreary rainy day so very little traffic, but yesterday was a normal Saturday levels of traffic with parking lots at state parks and other rec areas full and Home Depot like normal. Naturally the Karens were all upset people weren't staying home.

At a state park, a friend reported that a officer blocked the entrance to the full parking lot, so they just parked on the of of the road and walked in. When they left at least 50 cars hand done the same.

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dataonly 6 points ago +6 / -0

To be clear they new the model was garbage. Was never intended to be accurate. Was intended to serve and agenda.

Anyone who looked at the original model could tell it was garbage.

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thisisatestof2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Now they act all supersized that testing revealed the virus was here much earlier and lots of people aleready had it and had no idea, thereby making the rate of people who need medical care or die much lower.

Duh. Most of the people here could have told you that it didn't just deiced to hop a flight to the US one day in Late Feb or early March.