“Before reopening, areas in the state will need to think about their ability to test everyone who is symptomatic, protect vulnerable populations, prepare the health system for another surge, support the development of therapeutic treatments, determine how they can physically redraw floor plans to ensure people can stay at least six feet away from each other and have the ability to tighten the rules again in the case of another surge.”
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