- The coronavirus is spreading incredibly fast across a number of southern US states.
- States like Texas and Florida are now reverting back to previous coronavirus restrictions in an effort to contain the virus.
In a development that shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, states that were quick to implement and enforce strict lockdown measures in the face of the coronavirus have started seeing significant declines in the number of new COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, states that didn't take the coronavirus pandemic seriously are now experiencing a massive spike in new coronavirus cases.
The end result is something akin to a nation divided, which is, unfortunately, an appropriate characterization given that response strategies to the coronavirus have inexplicably become a political issue. So while states like New York and Illinois are slowly but surely starting to reopen, states like Florida, Texas, California, and Arizona may have to revert back to previous restrictions.
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