Sounds like this thing is almost over. Deaths have been dropping for months now and last week's data shows that "all deaths involving COVID-19", which includes the debatable comorbidity deaths of people who had underlying conditions, were down to 137 for the week.
This is an over 90% rate of decline from the peak of the pandemic. If it continues to decline at this rate, the end of this week would have almost no deaths, although that might be optimistic.
California recently shut down but doing so in the face of almost no deaths would look kind of bizarre. It's going to get harder and harder to justify shutdowns. Europe is mostly reopened by now, even allowing in foreign travelers.
Soon we will be free