Those are stopgap measures to give us time to solve the real problem; how do we learn to coexist with COVID-19? While there is not a solution at hand, progress is being made across a number of fronts at an unprecedented pace. The three primary areas our health experts are pursuing are testing, therapies, and vaccines.
What a week it’s been. As individuals, communities, and local, state and federal governments we have all been reeling to catch up with the reality on the ground. This morning I read a piece about West Virginia Case #0 – a description of the challenge and frustrations of the individuals’ spouse as she doggedly pursued help on behalf of her husband and soon found she too was infected. Unfortunately, neither were able to be tested or treated. The highest levels of our Federal Government began the week at least fifty steps behind and thankfully have closed the gap to being only twenty-five steps behind.
For those of you unable to join our conference calls this week. Here is audio from one of the calls.
In this rapidly evolving market environment we’d like to share how we perceive our role in serving families who depend on us.