I'm sure these social distancing charts and our efforts to contain the virus will be very useful in helping prevent the spread of coronavirus. However, the peak period will differ, possibly greatly, depending on the geographical area. So many factors play a part in determining an area's peak, such as overall exposure, social distancing compliance, population , individual efforts to contain the virus and the natural randomness of the chaos theory. I personally believe that we haven't seen the last of this virus. Until an effective vaccine is made, tested, manufactured and widely distributed, the virus will continue to create upheaval in our personal and social lives, our financial stability and our individual and global economies around the world. Let's hope that our governments learn the importance of preparation for such widespread and contagious viruses and be better prepared for them in the future. COVID-19 has already changed our world in ways we haven't even thought about yet, and will be a major event learned in history books for generations to come.
June???? By then the entire economy will have been destroyed and thousands of people will have committed suicide after seeing their businesses go bankrupt. So we might as well continue strict measures in June, including the banning of all food distribution. By that time, suicide through mass starvation will be a welcome option for millions.... Or we could do what countries like Taiwan and Sweden have done: track cases carefully, have everyone wear N95 masks, protect the vulnerable elderly, and keep businesses and daily life going.