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Gradual Reopening of States

Read on to know different approaches in which the US has planned to reopen its states

At least 31 states will partially reopen over the next few days as a patchwork of coronavirus response plans that vary from one state to the next go

At least 31 states will partially reopen over the next few days as a patchwork of coronavirus response plans that vary from one state to the next goes into effect.

Among the different approaches:
  • California Gov. Gavin Newsom is ordering beaches and parks closed and said the reopening of schools and businesses is still “weeks away.”
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, meanwhile, extended the stay-at-home order until May 15.
  • Florida has two different approaches within its borders: Restaurants and retail shops can let customers inside, at reduced capacity, starting Monday — but not in South Florida’s populous Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, home to 6 million people.
  • West Virginia’s dentists can go back to work Thursday; its restaurants, churches, and services like salons must wait until Monday.
  • Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who allowed some businesses to open Friday, will ease social distancing restrictions Thursday, his spokeswoman told CNN.
This is where each state stands on reopening
As the national picture continues to emerge, federal stay-at-home restrictions are set to expire at midnight. And unemployment figures released Thursday morning show another sharp rise in job losses, with 3.8 million first-time claims last week.

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