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It's entirely valid to conclude that CA re-opened too early.

But if you do that, you must acknowledge that TX re-opened too early to a significantly greater extent. Compare any re-opening metrics (businesses, industries, public gatherings, masks, testing). TX opened up more things faster, and did so with less testing and mitigation. And TX has had more new cases per capita than CA over the last 7 days, While doing significantly less testing. TX recent positive rate is much higher in CA.

Do you have any stand-alone data to defend TX on this, without comparisons to other states?
[Post edited by Newport at 06/26/2020 9:26PM]

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Posted: 06/26/2020 at 9:20PM


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