Well, Pennsylvania has extended the lock-down for "red" areas until June 4th, so it looks like I've got another month of inside the house, and that is probability for the best. After all even the President* is not immune to being exposed despite his refusal to wear a mask.
After learning that one of his valets was infected, Trump became "lava level mad" at his staff and said he doesn't feel it is doing all it can to protect him, according to a person close to the White House.
Wait, I though this was a Chinese hoax or something the Democrats were doing to ruin his chance at re-election...
The president that the White House would be increasing testing from weekly to daily, but he added that "testing is not a perfect art." Trump also said he and Pence tested negative on Wednesday and Thursday.
I guess if you can get tested daily and have everyone around you do the same, it would look like there is enough testing for everyone. Well...
Just nine states are near or have exceeded the testing minimums estimated by Harvard; they are mostly larger, less populous states: Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming.
As for myself, I have an ear infection that won't let me sleep at night, so some things I normally have scheduled have gone a little off the rails. So don't be surprised if some of these posts show up late (like this one). At least I don't have the 'rona, not like I could easily get a test.