It’s been less than a month since President Trump called on the country to practice social distancing to stop the spread of the coronavirus. That led almost immediately to a virtual shutdown of the nation’s Main Street retailers that were classified as non-essential and to restaurants, pubs, and food service establishments to all but carry-out service. What started as a 15-day shutdown was extended another 30 days, as the computer models of the virus’ spread predicted death tolls that were unacceptable. But as the days advanced, those early models overstated the numbers and have been adjusted down. And early signs are the curve of infection has begun to flattened too. This is all good news for the American people, but the American economy is the collateral damage in the government’s war on coronavirus. Read more at Forbes.