We have the same issue here. A lot of New Yorkers and people from s.w. Ct. own houses along the shore. They were urged to quarantine for 14 days. It seems to have worked there hasn't been a spike in cases. Hospital admissions have declined for 7 days so the guv says the lock down can start...
I don't know about all the predictions , if we didn't lock down maybe they would have been close . My sister inlaws mother died from c 19 last thursday. A freind and his wife have been in the icu on ventilators for 2 weeks. He's doing better but his wife is still critical.
Ct. season opens 4/29. Youth opened today , saw posts of a few kids with their first toms. New regs. allow 5 birds and permits are good for private and state land. Changed hunting quitting time from noon to sunset.
I'm getting used to my isolation routine. Go for a morning walk with the dogs. Work on the honey do list. Got most of the spring prep on the boat done.The boat is getting repowered the first week of May . When it's raining I tie flys.
Weather permiting I walk my dogs in a state park every day. Before the lock down weekdays weren't very busy. Now I've started going earlier in the a.m. It's gotten to the point where it's hard to find a parking space after 10 a.m. The only people I encounterdd today was a father with 2 kids.