HealthDay Reports: As Coronavirus Shows First Signs of Peaking, White House Looks to Ease Restrictions in May
President Donald Trump wants to ease up on the current social distancing measures next month, but ending the measures could lead to dire consequences if they're lifted too early.
As Coronavirus Shows First Signs of Peaking, White House Looks to Ease Restrictions in May
FRIDAY, April 10, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- With the U.S. coronavirus death toll passing 16,600 on Friday, reports surfaced that the Trump administration is pushing to re-open much of the country in May.
According to the Washington Post, President Donald Trump has asked for a plan to resume business activity by May 1. This strategy concerns health experts, who fear a possible resurgence of coronavirus if life returns to normal before the virus is truly beaten, the newspaper said.
Right now, federal recommendations to avoid social gatherings and work from home expire at the end of April.