Light at the End of the Tunnel ?
The good news is that the increase in new Covid cases this past week in the NJ area was much reduced compared to the previous weeks. This looks like the start of the turning point. However, cases did rise to a new record level, and the town of Princeton declares state of emergency. Hence, this will be another
Last week we saw indications that the current surge of Covid infections were approaching a turn-around. This week the CDC’s latest data show that the turn-around had occurred and a remarkably steep decline in the number of new infections has taken place. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting clearer. There appears to be dancing illuminated in that light. Hopefully this trend will continue and a return to dancing can happen soon.
VivaTango rents the dance floor from the PSRC. The PSRC follows the CDC guidelines. The current CDC guidelines state that “People who are fully vaccinated can resume many activities they did before the pandemic. However, people should wear a mask indoors in public if they are in an area of substantial or high transmission”. The current numbers in the chart above indicate that we are still in an area of high transmission, but the trend indicates that we are headed toward low transmission rates again. As soon as that milestone is reached, VivaTango will restart weekly milongas.
2018 Summer Nights With Argentine Stars
Spectacular lineup of 9 pairs of teaching and performing Argentine Tango Stars. Great venue features large dance floor with off street parking located in walking distance to Princeton’s restaurants, stores and the Princeton University Campus.