RegulationsAberzombie1892 wrote: ↑Fri Mar 13, 2020 8:59 amThis. For reasons arising out of or relating to politics (and thus won't be specifically referenced), the US was not prepared for this virus and thus are still - to this day - unable to test everyone who wants a test. In contrast, many of the far east countries have caught up on the spread of the virus largely by doing exactly that. As a result, until the US is at a point where anyone in the country could drive 4 hours or less and get a test for the virus without needing to go through the traditional medical process, the US will continue to be chasing the virus instead of having a clear understanding of its spread.GreenLantern wrote: ↑Thu Mar 12, 2020 3:35 pmAlthough I acknowledge the accuracy of the chart that tps posted, I believe it to be as relevant as one that shows the number of automobile fatalities by people driving Bentleys.
Keep in mid that the number of infections is spreading exponentially. Thirty days from now, if the updated chart is anywhere similar to this one we can all breathe a sigh of relief.
Line for miles. Free drive-thru testing