I've just been reading the Colorado state figures. Here in Boulder county we have about 190 confirmed cases and 3 deaths.
Something like 5000 cases in the state.
Looking at the graphs for Colorado it seems too early to see any flattening of the curve.
I've been working from home for a little over three weeks now. The place I work is a research institute, part of the University of Colorado and while the university has completely transitioned to remote schooling and work, we still have people physically going to work as they're in labs/clean rooms and can't
work from home and while some of the Federal programs we work on are being put on hold, our work for them has not. I've had to go to the lab just once I'm pleased to say tho I may need to go in again soon. Apart from that I've just been out grocery shopping and that's at a far lower frequency than normal.
Best thing about working from home is being able to see my two year old more frequently during the day
Back home in the UK my mum who's in her 80s is currently a couple of weeks into a 12 week isolation period. My elder sister lives close by and visits thru the window. My younger sister is a teacher and is still working, caring for the kids of essential workers even tho the school is closed to the general population.
Things got weird real quick.