Started to get a bit scary... we are having a meeting at the end of this week to discuss prepping for the cancellation of school for an extended period of time. Thankfully it still looks like more of an issue for the elderly and people who are already health compromised, and while the mortality rate in Wuhan is between 2 and 4 percent, the mortality rate elsewhere in the world is closer to .7%. But this one does kill young, healthy people at a rate we generally haven't seen. And its on every populated continent and spreading rapidly. A Harvard doctor said we may see between 40 and 70 % of the world getting it. At that lowest rate, that is about 22 million dead. Right now we are looking at the US putting about $2 billion to this. For perspective, the 2020 US military budget is about $750 billion. And now news is starting to spread that someone can have it, be cleared of it and test negative, and then test positive for it again several weeks later. WTF? Just faulty tests? Not fun.