So, how are you all doing? -what's the situation in your state? -do you think it will improve soon? -what steps are necessary to protect everyone at this point in your opinion? -should schools and businesses open up? For me, Minnesota. It hasn't become drastically bad yet, but it's slowly trending upwards. Wisconsin's case numbers are starting to make me nervous as well. I think Walz has handled it alright, but in my opinion he caved too soon and lifted the restrictions as cases were still rising. My work is probably the safest place I go for now (college campus, it's a ghost town). I'm most concerned for my health at grocery stores, and I still refuse to eat at restaurants. It's been most shocking to see the vast number of people not bothering with masks. I hope that doesn't continue. We need: stay at home order reinstated, moratorium on rent/mortgage (with bailout money for banks and landlords), unemployment benefits extensions (based on severity of outbreak instead of having a hard time limit), and for schools to stay online only. I recognize that's a big wishlist, but I foresee all those things happening eventually anyway. I'd much rather be doing them proactively instead of reactively. So what's the situation in your area?