Grim warning predicts more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases a day in Mass. by December
WCVB TV - 11/16/2020
“We really need some degree of coordinated behavior, and some of that is about individual responsibility and some of that will be coordinated acts by our institutions, our schools, our universities and our government,” Lazer said.
The Northeastern University computational social scientist said we must get more aggressive immediately, because, as he says, the bad stuff lags. The daily data is behind.
“Imagine if you were driving a car and you hit the brakes, like two weeks later you start to slow down,” Lazer said.