Coronavirus live updates: San Francisco targets May 18 for some businesses to resume as California unveils reopening guidelines
Governments and health officials are trying to strike a balance between reopening economies and staving off a second wave of infections. California unveiled health guidelines for some businesses while Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said the state will allow manufacturing plants, including automotive, to begin reopening Monday. Meanwhile, Oregon announced that counties will be allowed to enter the first phase of the state’s reopening plan on May 15 as long as they meet certain requirements.
President Trump called the coronavirus test “somewhat overrated” after announcing that he will be tested for the disease every single day. The president’s personal valet has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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