Despite some early indications of a ‘light at the end of the tunnel’, the U.S. Surgeon General doesn’t expect things to be up and running by the end of April. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Friday that “Most of the country” will not be opened up by May 1st, although some places with “consistently low levels” might ease restrictions. The current CDC guidelines are in place through April 30th, but many health experts think social distancing will have to remain in place for at least several more weeks.
Surgeon General: Most of the Country Won’t Be Open by May 1st
by Lynne Haze
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