Most Americans are still stuck at home, but a trio of reports, out from Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and former US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, are starting to lay a foundation for what reopening the country might look like, if done safely.
Though staying inside is certainly keeping more infections at bay right now, it's not without its costs.
Aside from the strain stay-at-home orders are putting on families, friends and communities, the newfound national quiet means the US is "hemorrhaging $100 billion to $350 billion a month," according to the new Harvard analysis, which was released on Monday.
Image: A worker wears a protective face mask in a factory of roll-forming machine maker Gasparini, in Mirano. Reuters