We just disagree. I think the post was ignorant and whiny, complaining that scientists and leaders didn't have everything exactly right from the beginning. Here is what he said. 'First, it was two weeks to slow the spread.' In the very early days of the pandemic, the Trump admin came up with a '15 days to control the spread' campaign. It obviously didn't work and was woefully inadequate. But I don't fault them for trying (though they quickly abandoned any real attempt to control covid). 'Then, it was flatten the curve.' This is a totally valid goal, then and now. We try to flatten the curve to avoid overwhelming our healthcare system. 'Then, it was to wait until we had a vaccine.' Yep, and we did. And we got the vaccine and everything is vastly better than it would have been without a vaccine. 'Now, it's get more people vaccinated, without any specific benchmark marking the end to this hysteria.' Yeah, let's get more people vaccinated. Let's keep trying until everyone in the country is vaccinated. But what hysteria? The country is almost entirely wide open. There are still some rules and conditions in place in a few places. That's hysteria?