3,287,355 cases worldwide. 232,784 deaths.
Cases in the US passed one million this week. It's currently at 1,085, 079. 63,277 deaths.
In Georgia, 26,173 cases, 1124 deaths. Based on the graphs on the Georgia Department of Health website, cases were slowing down. The governor of Georgia let restaurants, hair and nail salons, and bowling alleys re-open last week, and is expected to lift the shelter-in-place order that everyone was ignoring today, so I expect them to spike up again.
My husband is being laid off from his job in two weeks. I read that unemployment applications are up to 30 million total. That's starting to approach Great Depression levels of unemployment.
I'm still mostly not leaving my house except to go to my garden or stroll around the lake. Since we don't have a vaccine and I have no idea whether I am genetically resistant (because I have O- blood) or likely to die (because I am diabetic), and neither does anyone else, I am staying home.
Apparently DeKalb County is doing a random survey to see if people have antibodies. Since apparently some people can have it and not realize it. I could easily have had it in the week or so after we came back from California...I felt pretty crappy, had weird chest pain and nausea and spent a day or two in bed...but I never ran a fever and never even talked to a doctor. I couldn't have gotten a test then anyway. The only way to know for sure would be to get a test for antibodies.
I don't know what I'd do with that information if I had it. There apparently are cases of people getting re-infected, which might just be testing error, but also means that antibodies aren't an absolute guarantee. I wasn't planning to go licking the door handles at Kroger or anything, but it would be nice to know what degree of paranoia is appropriate.
I'm baking bread again today. I have a healthy sourdough starter and have got it down to a routine. I'm also writing more, mostly in my Patreon blog which is focused on spiritual Pagan things. I planted more seeds for my garden. I am considering chickens, since the next thing that is likely to fall apart is the food supply chain, apparently. I kind of wish I'd gotten chickens last year, but I wasn't prepared for them then and I'm not sure I'm prepared for them now. Sooner or later, though, chickens.