Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #385 4/19/2020

#385 - Georgia may have passed peak as model changes(Watt Thoughts)

The University of Washington model has been all over the place. Up until a week or so ago it was claiming the peak in Georgia would be April 23. Then they changed to May 1 and in the last few days they were saying they were thinking it would be later in May and now say April 7. They have been claiming all along that Georgia was not prepared and not preparing. Georgia has made the major conference center in Atlanta (World Congress Center) a standby hospital, Rome turned a parking deck into standby ICU unit, etc and now all the sudden this group in the state of Washington reports Georgia was well prepared for the pandemic. You wonder what they are doing to be so far scattered and be the recognized model.

However, if this is true it is good news.

AJC article on passing peak



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