The 5 minutes of news I accidentally watched earlier was nothing short of the world is falling due to the coronavirus, but what you won't hear is this "southern wave", or whatever you want to call it, has pretty much peaked and is on the decline now in most areas. Those that haven't peaked yet (mainly Alabama/Mississippi, and perhaps Louisiana) will peak this week. Not sure if it is true herd immunity or whatever it is, but this thing has behaved exactly the same wherever it has gone. Hospitalizations start surging, and in about 50 days they peak. It stays near that for a week or so, then starts to quickly decline. By September the south is going to be in a quick decline all over, and past whatever you consider this current wave.