Right, so then all of that indicates that the mortality rate is a guess at this point. It might be 2.4% (unlikely), it might be 0.3% (about as unlikely, but somewhere in between).
The frustrating thing about this whole thing is the lack of data available. It's almost as frustrating as having to have my wife and kid around 24/7 for weeks or months in a row. 😄
I belong to a private club that is seasonal and we pay our dues in Dec/Jan. It just did open for play albeit with lots of changes to normal operations. But so far no talk of refunding any part of the dues. Maybe if this lock down and modified operation continues into the Summer that will initiate the discussions on annual dues. We'll see.
I've played twice each of the last two weekends. The weather was finally perfect for golf just this last weekend (and courses no longer totally soggy). Tee times are sparse but can be had, at least for nine. I'm sure lots of people are simply forgoing golf right now. I also think this area is totally over supplied. Strange thing is, despite all the tee times being gone the courses don't seem over the top busy. I think the courses are limiting how tee times they allow to be booked.