Ben asked in Computers & InternetSoftware · 4 weeks ago

When will COVID-19 cases stop spreading?

Why do COVID-19 cases still keep rising?

Why is it so hard to slow down the spread of COVID-19, despite that people are trying so hard to do everything possible to not be tested positive? When will America’s curve flatten for real before the vaccine?

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  • Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    first of all, remember that there is no guarantee there will be a vaccine. in fact, the head of the CDC stated that if they can't find one by the end of the year, they will probably never find one.

    secondly, the reason cases keep rising has largely to do with peoples' mindsets. when things started reopening, people think "Oh! Finally things are getting back to normal...", and they forget to practice social distancing, or stop wearing a mask.

    when Texas tried to reopen recently, their cases skyrocketed, because it's hard to pick up chicks in the bar when you have to stay 6 feet away from them.

    people see everything reopening as a sign that things are okay again, and they're not. the virus is spread via bodily fluids, and not socializing is the best way to stay healthy.

  • 4 weeks ago

    not everyone is trying to avoid getting CV19.  Some flat do not believe anything the government [especially Trump's government] says.  so they ignore the advice.

  • KatieC
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    The curve did flatten. If it hadn’t, we would have had the New England wave and the Southern wave at the same time instead of 3 months apart.

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