Most Difficult Time in U.S. History

A drive-through coronavirus testing site in Bozeman, Mont., on Tuesday.

“The reality is December and January and February are going to be rough times. I actually believe they’re going to be the most difficult time in the public health history of this nation.”
– Dr. Robert Redfield, CDC Director

And as Elizabeth Yuko reports, full distribution of the various vaccines will not take place until, if things go well, mid to late spring, 2021. Until then, we all need take this thing way more seriously than we have been.

I won’t go into another tirade, suffice it to say that everyone should practice social distancing and wear masks as if their lives depended on it, because they do! In fact, stay home this holiday. Family gatherings are a major breeding ground for this. If you do get together, then make mandatory two week quarantines mandatory for everyone.

Yesterday, COVID-related hospitalizations and deaths broke daily records. Don’t play around with this.