Anthony Fauci says our strategies are having a positive effect: “The real data are telling us that it is highly likely that we’re having a definite positive effect by this mitigation things that we’re doing — this physical separation — so I believe we are gonna see a downturn in that. And it looks more like the 60,000 than the 100,000 to 200,000. But having said that, we better be careful that we don’t say, ‘OK, we’re doing so well we can pull back.’ We still have to put our foot on the accelerator when it comes to the mitigation and the physical separation.”

+ “Throughout these simple, seemingly innocuous encounters, the man had mild symptoms of what authorities now know to be the novel coronavirus, and health officials believe he may have been a so-called super-spreader who unwittingly transmitted the infection to as many as 16 people, resulting in three deaths.” The Terrifying Story of an Unwitting Potential ‘Super-Spreader’ in Chicago. (This is why people who see you without a mask at the grocery store want to punch you in the face, even though they can’t because of social distancing.)

+ A Natural Coronavirus Experiment Is Playing Out In Kentucky And Tennessee.

+ Wired: The Asian Countries That Beat Covid-19 Have to Do It Again.

+ You know how all the experts are saying that the key to beating this thing and getting out of the house is testing? So, um, Federal Support Ends For Coronavirus Testing Sites As Pandemic Peak Nears.