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Coronavirus Report July 7: Economic Problems Persist
Rising coronavirus cases are causing states to reverse reopening, causing more long-term economic damage.
Coronavirus Report July 2: Two Big Numbers
Unemployment drops as the economy recovers, but at what cost?
Coronavirus Report June 17: Stay Out of Crowds
Churches, bars, meat packing plants and other places where people congregate are responsible for recent COVID-19 clusters.
Coronavirus Report June 12: Reversing Reopenings?
As the North East recovers and the coronavirus retreats, the South is seeing a burst of growth.
Prepper Diary June 11: Shortages Continue
We do some shipping to take advantage of the gap between the first wave of coronavirus and possible second wave, but there are still shortages.
Prepper Diary June 9: Post Lockdown Travel
Traveling across several states shows that social distancing and mask wearing really varies by location. The further you get from cities, the less they worry about COVID-19.
May 27 Coronavirus Report: The Two Faces of The Coronavirus
The coronavirus has hit hard in some states, killing tens of thousands, while in most states deaths still number in the hundreds. We must address it locally, not nationally.
The Economic Repercussions of Coronavirus
The initial surge of reopening excitement feels good, but the economic repercussions of the coronavirus are going to be tough to shake off.
May 25 Coronavirus Report: Memorial Day
People are taking advantage of the three-day weekend to leave quarantine behind, with little concern for social distancing.
How to Prep for the Second Wave of COVID-19
Getting a pet and improving your back yard are two ways to prepare for a possible second wave of COVID-19.