Don't be surprised if you're working from the kitchen table a while longer ...
Stay home. Stay home, stay home, stay home.
Dr. Catherine McCarty says she can't say it often enough, and she repeated the message again this morning.
The University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus epidemiologist talked about what we've learned about the coronavirus so far (enough to start work on a vaccine), the projected death toll (100,000 only in the "best case scenario") and what lessons we've already learned to carry into the future: "We should never have gone to work sick."
There are lots of calculators out there, and they most vary by how simply they present the information, says Dr. McCarty.
This is the site that I referred to this morning for mapping the virus:
Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
This is one for the mathematically inclined:
Here is a clearer one:
Kate Winslet's character explains R0 (r-naught) in this clip from the movie Contagion.