Post # 1
Well, I think I can speak for most spring/summer & even some fall 2020 brides when I say… COVID-19 is making things very difficult to plan anything with any certainty. It can be kind of scary & emotional! With my wedding set for late June… I have been looking for predictions everwhere in trying to figure out how to react. Postpone? Cancel? Leave it as it is?
This website has some of the most up-to-date science/healthcare based prediction models. I wanted to share with everyone.
Please share your thoughts… links… etc. 🙂
Stay inside and help this thing pass! Love y’all – wishing you all luck.
Post # 2
Those predictions are not lining up with what is actually happening. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries
Post # 3
How are the predictions not lining up? All of these charts have us on a steep incline until mid/late April (peak) and then there will be a decline period. We are just at the beginning. But, like in other countries, this will and is spreading very fast in the US.
Post # 4
2020mkbride : PaperQueen :
y’all are both wrong. my psychic Coco told me this will end at Easter!
Post # 5
Haha! Thanks Coco, for clearing that up.
Post # 6
we just surpassed Italy. But we will def have packed churches for Easter, def!!
OP, I’m sorry you’re going through this, there is so much unknown right now. I feel for people who are in your position, trying to figure out what to do. Do we postpone, or wait a bit to see how things play out?
Jokes aside, I feel for what you’re going through
Post # 7
tbh i think this is just what the world is now…..😥
Post # 8
I am so sorry you’re going through this. And I wish we could predict, but while the expert opinions mean more than, say, Coco’s, even they don’t know whether there will be a second wave, especially if people do go out for Easter. We don’t know whether warm weather will make it better or worse; we don’t know whether it will mutate to become more or less contagious or more or less virulent. And, of course, while NY might peak in the expected timeframe, other areas are slower rising, meaning they could peak later and reinfect places that peaked earlier.