You text positive today, and all your contacts are traced tomorrow. They're warned to stay inside. They do that.
So simple. The virus will be eradicated in three tomorrows.
Simple like those architect's drawings and models, all clean and airy and white-spaced with tiny trees and neatly sharp-pencilled-in figures, of public building projects that turn into urban nightmares.
Or those car ads in which the empty roads curve through scenic hills under blue skies, to music that doesn't sound anything like a traffic jam.
Maybe planning "to beat" coronavirus should take into account the human element.