I've noticed a considerable amount of misleading wordage in the reporting on this "pandemic". That 1500 was probably "confirmed" cases. In reality there were probably 10X that. The news outlets continually give us the total positive test and death count and once in a while a blip of the recovery percentage. I did the math recently taking the positive results minus the deaths and recovery percentage. The result was less than 1500 active confirmed cases. You also rarely hear the number of negative results. I keep reading camping is a want, but eating is essential. Yes eating is essential, but there are a lot of people at the supermarket buying a lot of stuff that isn't. When those stimulus checks hit the TV and video game companies got a bump. There are several things that never closed and others that are reopening that are far from essential.