As the Trump administration eyes a return to normal with a rolling reopening of the U.S. economy beginning as soon as next month depending on location, officials cautioned Sunday against a swift reopening of the economy as the country continues to try to curtail the spread of the coronavirus, saying an economic reboot that comes before the virus is under control could be detrimental to complete recovery. Here’s the big takeaways from Sunday’s episode of “Face the Nation” with Margaret Brennan1.   States shouldn’t rush re-opening too soon after coronavirus  New Jersey governor says reopening economy too soon “could be throwing gasoline on the fire” State and medical officials all cautioned on this week’s “Face the Nation” against re-opening the U.S. economy to business as usual too soon, warning that doing so would be damaging to the state’s mitigation efforts in flattening the curve of COVID-19. What they said: Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey said premature re-opening could be “pouring gasoline on the fire.” “Any sort of economic reopening or recovery depends first and foremost on a complete health care recovery,” Murphy said on “Face the Nation.” “Getting that sequencing right, I think based on the data and the facts that we’re seeing, is incredibly essential

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