A lot of people are pinning their hopes on the corona virus being seasonal and magically going away during the summer like the flu. Don't bet on it. Brazil, where has hot and humid summer-like conditions year-round, saw its first case of corona virus on February 25. Since then they have been on the same exponential growth curve as the rest of the world.
Our only realistic hope for keeping this from spreading to everyone in the country (and a concomitant death toll in the millions) is to dramatically ramp up our testing capacity. You can't fight an enemy that you can't see. We are badly behind the curve on this thanks to the Trump administration being asleep at the switch (to say nothing of active denial) about this for so long. Make no mistake, this virus is nasty. It's not the flu. Yes, it's still true that there are fewer cases of COVID-19 than there are annual deaths from the flu, but that probably won't be true for much longer. Summer might bring a miracle, but the numbers from Brazil do not look promising. This is probably going to get a lot worse before it gets better. It will eventually get better, but it will take months or years, not weeks. We need a better plan than shelter-in-place.