Where do you get that deaths are going down and compared to what date? Not sure if you mean number of deaths or the death rate. For instance, Ohio had 87 deaths on 9/15 which was the 3rd highest total on a single day since sometime in April. With the number of tests going up, the denominator is going up considerably, so the death rate will naturally be going down.You’re a dumbass. What the fuck do you know?
What you know is that the virus generally has a much different impact on people that are not healthy and typically are the older parts of the population. You probably realize that we have a better understanding of the virus and how to manage the treatment of those that are infected. You probably know that cases may be going up in certain parts of the country but also that hospitalizations and deaths are going down.
I must be a dumbass too because I live in Ohio and the economy is open and we all wear masks and respect social distancing. I know from first hand experience that most small and large businesses are open and are effectively managing protocol to keep their employees safe. They aren’t asking for government funds to pay for masks and hand sanitizer. They are getting it done. My wife is a teacher and 92% of the parents in her district wanted their children to return to school. The teachers, students and administrators are making it work.
I might be a dumbass, but I realize what works in Ohio might not be right for NYC. I also see the politicization of a pandemic and a media that uses fear and divisiveness to get clicks.
Overall in the US, September has been worse than June and July, for instance, but better than April and May when it comes to the number of deaths per day.
edit: and it is great that Ohio seems to be doing it right. Places like GA and FL are clearly not. Numbers are high and if you look at the fans outside the Braves' baseball stadium as an example, they are not distancing or using masks.