Even as the coronavirus cases in the U.S. hit 1.38 million this week, and second waves sweep Germany, China, and South Korea, states across the nation seek to re-open.
For instance, Missouri’s Republican Governor Mike Parson announced that the state can now resume concerts. Alabama and Florida’s governors re-opened beaches, while hair salons are open for business in states like Colorado, Georgia, and Oklahoma.
Experts believe that this is a gamble that’s probably not going to end well. Here are five reasons why: