"President Trump, after signaling that he may try to restore some sense of normalcy in the country by Easter, has acknowledged that difficult times are ahead and that restrictions should remain in place until the end of April.
But experts say that, even if some restrictions are relaxed, it’s unlikely life as normal will resume in early May.
A former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Thomas Frieden, said this week that it’s understandable that people want to know when businesses can reopen and some facets of life can resume. But he said the focus of public discourse now needs to be on the public health response, not the question of when restrictions can be lifted.
“Decisions to reopen society should not be about a date, but about the data,” Frieden, now president and CEO of the global public health initiative Resolve to Save Lives, said during a briefing Wednesday for journalists. “How well and how quickly we do these things will determine how soon and how safely we can reopen.”" statnews
Sooo, pilgrims. you should expect that EXPERTS will continue to insist that only they should have the authority to re-start close-up interaction between people in the US.
Power is a wonderful intoxicant. The mere possession of power over others is a temptation to many. The "experts" all have jobs and a paycheck. Jim Acosta has a job and he loves Fauci, king of the experts who also has a job.
Perhaps if the Deplorables are starved long enough they will give up their orange god. At last! At last! pl