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So close, yet so far....

Posted By Kristi Sanger, Monday, April 20, 2020


As of last Friday, April 17, there were only 2 weeks left of shelter in place orders for many states across the country. I don’t know about you, but April 30 can’t come soon enough. I am so ready to see friends, eat at restaurants, and have a cocktail with a cute umbrella in it at an outdoor waterfront bar. In the Midwest, spring is upon us and the warmth of the outdoors drives us toward additional temptation to get outside, take a ride on a boat, sit on a patio with friends, and get the kids OUTSIDE the house (finally) to run the energy out of them.

With the anticipation of all of this excitement also drives impatience. Can we all stay the course these last days? Will some jump too quickly back into life outside the shelter?

Two weeks left of this order and then we can get out, albeit a different experience, but yet, out!  So now what? Are we destined to ride a second wave already with the first wave barely in the rear view mirror? Will we see a case increase before or after we start re-engaging businesses and letting people go back to work? If we see it before, will there be a postponement of re-opening and thus all our anticipation for summer fun be lost because of protests over just two more weeks? If we see it after, how many lives will be lost and how many will be financially ruined when we have to go back to social distancing again so quickly?

There are many questions as to how this will look. Unfortunately with infectious disease, the actions of few will affect many. How much effect will it be.....we will know in about 7-14 days.

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