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One big unknown is whether this follows flu trajectory
Last Edit: dramedy 01:31 pm EDT 03/19/20
Posted by: dramedy 01:30 pm EDT 03/19/20
In reply to: re: This does not augur well for Broadway . . . not so fast - NewtonUK 10:58 am EDT 03/19/20

Where it disappears during summer months. An assumption that I hope holds true for this respiratory infection. The fact it seems to be burning out in 3 months (mid dec to mid March) at
Ground zero (China) is encouraging for other regions that are proactive early.

But the problem is Americans don’t like to be told what to do. Look at the beaches in Florida. People on this board posting what theater was still open to go to. I have a friend in Palm Springs that complained about being locked out of a fast food restaurant. When I questioned why he was even out instead of eating at home started an argument. I’m in lockdown for 6 days now and 19 to go. It’s a long period but I’m doing for me and society to not give the virus new hosts.
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