It’s A Long Road Back To Normal

For the next month or so, the peak of hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 will roll across the country. Hopefully, sometime in May we will finally see cases reach a relatively manageable level for an already exhausted medical system to deal with. But when and how we can emerge from stay-at-home orders and social distancing is still an unknown. It is hard to imagine, however, that it will be a quick process.

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