Emily Landon, chief infectious disease epidemiologist at University of Chicago Medicine gave these words yesterday. Here's the article with video clip.
Her most important words were these:
“It’s really hard to feel like you’re saving the world when you’re watching Netflix from your couch. But if we do this right, nothing happens,” Landon said. “A successful shelter-in-place means you’re going to feel like it was all for nothing, and you’d be right: Because nothing means that nothing happened to your family. And that’s what we’re going for here.”
In other news, it looks like my brother in law in Charlottesville, VA has weathered the virus. I don't think he ever had a confirming test but it all seems like that it was Covid-19. Now we have to see if my sister gets it. They have 8 grandchildren that they cannot see except through video even though they live close by.
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