Northam’s bul­let points on the three re­open­ing phases

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Phase I looks like this:

Safer at home — es­pe­cially if you are vul­ner­a­ble

No so­cial gath­er­ings of more than 10 in­di­vid­u­als

Con­tin­ued so­cial dis­tanc­ing

Con­tin­ued tele­work­ing

Face cov­er­ings rec­om­mended in pub­lic

Eas­ing lim­its on busi­ness and faith com­mu­ni­ties

Phase I: Guide­lines for all busi­nesses

Phys­i­cal dis­tanc­ing En­hanced clean­ing and dis­in­fec­tion

En­hanced work­place safety

(Phase I could last two to four weeks or longer.)

Phase II looks like this:

Stay at home for vul­ner­a­ble pop­u­la­tions

No so­cial gath­er­ings of more than 50 in­di­vid­u­als

Con­tin­ued so­cial dis­tanc­ing

Con­tin­ued tele­work­ing

Face cov­er­ings rec­om­mended in pub­lic

Fur­ther eas­ing busi­ness lim­i­ta­tions

(Phase II could last two to four weeks or longer.)

Phase III: Longer term

To move to Phase III, we’re look­ing for no ev­i­dence of re­bound for a sus­tained pe­riod of time.

Phase III looks like this:

Safer at home for vul­ner­a­ble pop­u­la­tions

Re­move ban on so­cial gath­er­ings

Re­move ca­pac­ity lim­its in es­tab­lish­ments

Con­tinue height­ened clean­ing and dis­in­fec­tion

Pos­si­ble other mea­sures

(Phase III could be 10-12 weeks away, or more.)

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