States Are Reopening. Here’s What You Should Read.
States and cities remain divided on when and how to relax restrictions
Across the U.S., some governors are moving to relax stay-at-home orders and even allow certain business to reopen. But tensions remain. There’s a lack of agreement about when and how to safely ease restrictions. In Mississippi, governor Tate Reeves announced on Friday that he had changed his mind about reopening after the state reported its largest increase in new cases. Here’s a few smart reads to understand the evolving situation nationwide.
Here’s where all the states stand on reopening. CNN has compiled a detailed list for all 50 states.
This is where all 50 states stand on reopening
More than 97% of the US population is currently under a stay-at-home or shelter-in-place order as the coronavirus…
Florida starts tomorrow. The Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald asked seven public health experts to review Florida governor Ron DeSantis’ re-opening plan that begins on Monday. Here’s what they found.
Florida is reopening tomorrow. Is the plan safe?
Restaurants, state parks and stores will open in most of Florida on Monday for the first time in weeks. Businesses once…
Georgia’s decision is highly contentious. The state’s governor Brian Kemp is sharing on Twitter that fewer residents are testing positive for Covid-19, but others have criticized the state’s move to reopen, which began in late April. One popular take is from Keren Landman, MD, an infectious disease physician and journalist who wrote in the New York Times that the state is a cautionary tale for the rest of the country.
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All eyes are on Colorado. As NBC News reports, most of the reopening plans happening now are from Republican governors, but in Colorado, Democrat governor Jared Polis recently unveiled a reopening plan. “Jared isn’t following Republican governors — he’s leading Democratic ones,” one Democratic strategist said.