Unfortunately, the only thing they'd offer to feed people is pineapple "pizza," which we all know is inedible garbage and not really pizza.it would be a feeding frenzy
Here in Oklahoma, we've had an uptick in cases, but most of that has been from an increase in testing, despite the fact that we're 50+ days into our reopening plan and we've been in phase 3 (just about everything is open, mask wearing is encouraged, but a lot of people aren't wearing them) since June 1.I agree but it’s now apparent that it’s spreading more too. Arizona hospitals are now at 85% capacity which is WAY more than we were a few weeks ago.
Last I heard (yesterday morning), we had 150 people hospitalized with COVID statewide, and hospitalization numbers have stayed stable throughout the reopening, despite the uptick in confirmed cases.
There was a pretty big upswing in confirmed cases that correlated with Memorial Day weekend, but again, no upswing in hospitalizations.
COVID seems to hit different areas differently, and I'm not sure how much of that has to do with differences in demographics (older vs. younger populations, especially) and how much it has to do with the local response. South Dakota basically did nothing except tell people to wash their hands and social distance, and they seem to have done pretty well. But there's also like 8 people in South Dakota, so you have to drive 100 miles just to stand within 6 feet of someone.