2. Re-openings all over the country have not resulted in spikes. Texas numbers have gone up because they went into hotspots like nursing homes and jails but overall, hospitals are fine and that was the point of the shutdown to begin with.
3. Summer is here. People are moving on with their lives and realizing that low and behold, the infection rate is the same whether they stay home or go out.
4. The reality is the older community, that doesn't work, is the most vulnerable and needs to take the most precautions, therefore, opening the schools is the best thing we can do for our kids and families.
4.5 The most at risk students will continue to fall farther and farther behind the longer we stay closed. Isn't that part of the message we learned this weekend, (which I support). Someone on another thread said we can't be the greatest nation with reading skills so low. Well, I guess we better get the at-risk kids in school because they are the most vulnerable in those regards.
5. We have a new media crisis to focus on so watch how quickly it goes away.
My prediction is you will see a few districts try to go the "vaccine" route. The majority of schools will simply go back to school just like the colleges are doing and then those stragglers will be forced by their constituents to open the doors when the death rate doesn't spike. And some will keep their kids home and home school but fortunately, in this great nation they are free to do so.