HOW THE SECOND SURGE OF THE FIRST WAVE WILL CRIPPLE THE NATION’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY

Credit card data and other economic markers (Open Table reservations) during late February and early March demonstrated that Americans pressed "pause" on the economy well before states initiated shut downs and restrictions—demonstrating that a solid percentage of Americans understand the dangers of a global pandemic.When several states (notably Texas, Arizona, and Florida) reopened early (in …

What other states can learn from the THREE STOOGES OF THE COVID19 PANDEMIC (Governors Abbot, Ducey and DeSantis)

New Florida coronavirus record with 9,000 new cases; state shuts down alcohol at bars Texas Pauses Reopening as Virus Cases Soar Across the South and West How Arizona ‘lost control of the epidemic’ #1 GOVERNORS MUST LEARN, RELEARN OR FINALLY PAY ATTENTION TO THE TIME LAG BETWEEN NEW CASE INFECTIONS, HOSPITALIZATIONS AND DEATHS.Nobody does a …

More testing doesn’t skew the data to “make us look bad.” It gives us the critical information we need to fight COVID19.

A friend's question sent me down a data rabbit hole this morning. Fortunately, I thoroughly enjoy crunching the numbers, since analyzing pandemic data predictions led to my first book. Fond memories. The question was essentially: If we test more than a smaller EU nation, won't that skew the number of cases to make it look …

Asymptomatic, Pre-symptomatic…call it what you will. The bottom line? PEOPLE WITHOUT SYMPTOMS ARE SPREADING COVID19. There’s no doubt about this.

ASK YOURSELF THIS SIMPLE QUESTION. Would you sip from the straw of someone who tested positive for COVID19, but currently shows no symptoms? Would you let them sneeze in your uncovered face? Would you let them do that to your elderly parent? Or your child? OF COURSE YOU WOULDN'T. Science has proven that infected people …