The Other Reason for the Drop in COVID-19 Cases
Guessing at the causes of the Drops in COVID-19 Cases:
The Atlantic Magazine gives some possible reasons why pandemic numbers are decreasing:
1. Behavior: Maybe Americans finally got the hang of this mask and social-distancing thing.
“If I were ranking explanations for the decline in COVID-19, behavior would be №1,” says Ali Mokdad, a global-health professor at the University of Washington, in Seattle. “If you look at mobility data the week after Thanksgiving and Christmas, activity went down.”
2. Seasonality: The coronavirus was perhaps destined to decline this time of year.
“Many viruses fare best in cold and dry conditions; they’re not well designed to thrive in warmer, sunnier, and more humid outdoor areas.”
3. Partial immunity: Is the virus running out of bodies?
Fifteen to 30 percent of American adults have already been infected with COVID-19, according to CDC estimates. Since people recovering from COVID-19 typically develop lasting immunological protection for many months (at least), the number of antibodies swirling around the U.S. population may naturally constrict the original coronavirus’s path forward.
4. Vaccines: The shots work.
The vaccines — especially the synthetic-mRNA vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna — are highly effective at preventing infection. But preventing infection is not all they do. Among those infected, they also reduce symptomatic illness. 
A Big Drop in Fear
Since Biden became President and the vaccine roll out begins to fall into place as a plan its highly likely that fear levels that many people will contract the virus have dropped. Hope, even though generated by fear is a signal that many have a renewed sense of faith that the vaccine will be the saving grace.
The result of fear levels being lowered as well as a possible increase in social distancing and masking decreases stress that has put a strain on our immune systems. Many Americans have weakened immune systems at the gate and grow impatient with the length of this extended virus period and have a variety of obstacles to attend to:
2. Increased Sugar intakes
3. Increased Alcohol Use
4. Binging on TV and Streaming
5. Disrupted Sleep and Sleeplessness
6. Decreased Exercise
7. Depression and Anxiety
8. Delusional Thinking / Conspiracy Theories
9. Continued Opioid Abuse
10. Loss of Work / Income
11. Lack of Food
13. Loss of faith and trust in government / leaders
(this may not be a complete list but you get the idea)
Biden relies on experts and has plans in service to people with and without means. Trump while he may have had a plan it appeared to change constantly based on his whim and whether it aligned with him making a profit. Trump was (is) a chaos agent fomenting disruption to advance his own agenda at the expense of many citizens of the USA.
When fear and its co-dependent partner stress are reduced — mainly due to the massive aid package Biden has introduced along with other factors then the number of people getting COVID-19 decreases.
Doesn’t that make sense?
1 — https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2021/02/the-pandemics-deadly-winter-surge-is-rapidly-easing/618005/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=atlantic-daily-newsletter&utm_content=20210217&silverid=NjUzOTg5NDM1MjE3S0