FAST FIVE: Stocks Can No Longer Pretend 2020 Will Be A One-Off
The majority of those who contract the virus experience relatively mild symptoms or even none at all.
And then there's been the constant promises of a vaccine being ready by year end.
As of Sunday, the seven-day average daily case count was 432,475 — up from 356,343 a week earlier.
At current trends, daily case counts will be regularly above half a million from later this week (we know that the highest counts usually come Wednesday to Friday).
The K-shaped recovery has helped the fortunate remain relatively insulated from the pandemic but the financial bubble is set to burst.