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Wed Jul 22, 2020, 12:07 PM

4. Still in the 10,000 daily range for new cases (just under that today)

In my layman's opinion, we are seeing the end of the 4th of July surge. We will probably see another huge rush on, the reopening of schools, Labor day, or in the event of a hurricane forcing people into crowed shelters, or to travel, to be followed by Thanksgiving and Christmas rushes.

There is no force in play in Florida to tamp down the pandemic, Florida's governor has decided to just go with the flow, and ignore the virus; the ass will not even mandate mask usage. It is leadership Republican style. Desantis is trying to prove that he is Presidential material and that he can beat Rick Scott to the Oval Office.

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