Even after regions begin to re-open, the fight against Covid-19 won’t be over. “Before relaxing the guidelines on social distancing the U.S. urgently needs to expand its ability to test for the virus, and to shore up hospitals with sufficient supplies. These recommendations are sensible, but they hinge on the expectation that the U.S. can recover the ground it lost due to its early inaction. It might not be able to.” Ed Yong in The Atlantic: Our Pandemic Summer. (My family barely survived our pandemic spring break…)