Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Dr. Tom Frieden, former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), explained on Saturday his four-step plan to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and reopen the economy. Speaking on “America’s News HQ Weekend” on Saturday, Frieden, who is also the former commissioner of the New York City Health Department, emphasized that the sooner people follow the four steps, the sooner and more safely Americans can start working again. “Box it in. That’s the basic concept here. Box in COVID,” Frieden said on Saturday.  He then outlined the four corners of the box that he said will keep the new coronavirus “at bay.”He said the four corners of the box include testing widely, isolating safely, contact tracing completely and quarantining comfortably.“If we can do those four things we’ll be able to come out much sooner and much more safely, but we have to do them very well or we’re stuck either staying home longer or coming out, it explodes again and we have to come back in again.”“People have understood flattening the curve. We’re staying at home so that the health care system is not so terribly overwhelmed, as is happening now in New York


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