This looks amazing
Andy takes the best photos.
Back at the beginning of April, I started taking screenshots of the reports on covid19.healthdata.org. Here’s how things progressed:
The expression dates back to the early 19th century, used for the frisky, energetic movements of a horse when it has a belly full of oats. The earliest example recorded by the Oxford English Dictionary comes from the Boston Transcript in 1831: “Whether the pony felt his oats…he took a frightful canter.”Wall Street Journal