The US President Donald trump said that the US government begin a gradual lifting of sanitary restrictions, which were imposed because of the coronavirus. It is quoted by TASS.
“Based on the most recent data, our team of experts now agree that we can open the next front in our war,” he said. According to the American leader, it is about the gradual lifting of sanitary restrictions. “That’s what we do: we are rediscovering our country, and it should be done — America wants to open, the Americans want open,” he said.
“As I have said for some time that the termination of the [enterprises] at the national level is not sustainable long-term solutions. To preserve the health of our citizens, we must also preserve the health and functioning of our economy. In the long run one without the other is impossible,” he said.
“To deliver food and medical supplies, we need a working economy. And we want her back very soon. And that is what will happen. I think I’ll start a real [economic] boom”, — said the American President.
Trump also said that the Federal government gave state governors the recommendations for gradual lifting of sanitary restrictions. “My administration released new Federal guidelines that will allow the governors to take a phased and deliberate actions,” he said.
According to him, the plan includes three phases. “We do not open all at once. One careful step at a time. Some States will be able to open before others,” he said.
The governors will provide to decide when to lift restrictions. “If they need to be closed, we let them do it. And if they deem that the time has come to open, we will give them the freedom and guidance to do it very quickly,” said trump.
“Healthy Americans will now be able to return to work as soon as circumstances allow,” added the US President. He stressed that during the process of lifting sanitary restrictions authorities urged citizens to continue to adhere to the precautions, in particular, to comply with the norms of social distance and to stay at home if you feel unwell.
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