posted on Mar, 22 2020 @ 07:34 AM
Fox News just reported CA, NY, Illinois, NJ, and I think Connecticut.
This article talks about Oregon on some kind of stay at home guidance. I guess guidance is not mandatory.
I figure since CA went on mandatory lockdown around 600 cases other state governors may overreact and put the entire state under lock down instead of
counties if the total state count increases to around 600 in less than or about 10 to 14 days possibly indicating uncontrolled spread. I believe the
true number of cases is a lot higher than official numbers since testing is still ramping up. Many large US states cover a wide area and putting the
entire state on lock down seems like an over reaction when only zero to a few cases are detected in most of the state.
I read a number of states have county lock downs.
Keep your distance. Wash your hands and spray down steering wheel, door knobs and handles if you need to go out. Stay safe. 99% will make it
Both counties I'm moving from and to now have one or two detected cases out of everyone who lives there but I'm worried the governors will put the
whole states on lock downs when only 3 or 4 counties covering less than 10% of each state geographically get close to 500 or 600 cases. It would be
like locking down Texas or Alaska or the whole planet when only China was affected or China and Italy. I understand if governors think they need to
do it but it seems like an over reaction when most areas have little to no known cases. Just my opinion. I think most people are using common
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