Rich Democrats (those in power) are manipulating statistics so as to precipitate the recent repeat closures of business (just this week). The thing is, small business owners have said that the first phase of closures was bad enough. They might survive without a second wave, but with a current or proximate second wave, it will likely be all over for most businesses that were not just hobbies of already wealthy people. This current wave is likely to finish a very large sector of the economy (i.e., retail -- brick-and-mortar).
There have been double, triple, quadruple and factors of 15 multiple counts of Covid "cases" in some areas where there have been daily repeat testing of the same individuals. Alex Berenson said tonight that some hospital locations are currently "full" but not "overflowing" or in danger of that. Deaths are slightly up, but not disproportionately so.
The idiotic part of the panic and overreaction is that some of us said back in Feb/March (my company closed the office in mid-February) that confining millions of people arbitrarily and en masse for months on end, then suddenly releasing them, was the worst idea because it was bound to create sudden exposure which would then look like the virus was gaining strength, when the observations by scientists is that viral load has been decreasing over the last month. But the artificial confinement created a false depression in case rate before now.