A gradual, rolling re-entry period for the country could be an option to help re-open the economy, but there are a few health factors experts say should be seriously considered beforehand.
MONDAY, April 13, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- With the United States now the world leader in both coronavirus cases and deaths, President Donald Trump continued to push for re-opening the economy in early May.
However, White House aides are cautioning the president about easing national social distancing guidelines too quickly. Debate continues on the best way to reopen certain sections of the country at the end of April, NBC News reported.
Right now, those guidelines are set to expire April 30.
"I think we are all expecting or planning for May 1," a senior administration official told NBC News, though any major, new outbreaks could change the final determination.