WHO: Countries that rush to lift restrictions risk ‘severe and prolonged’ damage to economy

A question or thought I have been pondering for weeks now, will governments, the U.S in particular compound the infection and death rate by not advising or ordering states to self-quarantine for a long enough time?

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  • Coronavirus cases continue to multiply through the spring and summer here in the U.S.
  • S&P 500 continues volatile swings and find new lows, both bears and bulls get hurt
  • The U.S. Government orders a national quartine sometime in 2020
  • President Trump wants to delay elections in November do to Coronavirus


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