Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday that he wouldn’t be reopening the Garden State’s economy or dialing back on social distancing guidelines anytime soon as New Jersey continues to be one of the states hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.Murphy, a Democrat, said he understands the economic difficulties that his residents are living through, but said that “dialing back” the measures on social distancing would only exacerbate the problem“Any sort of an economic reopening or recovery depends first and foremost on a complete health care recovery,” Murphy said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday.  “If we either transpose those steps or we start to get back on our feet too soon, I fear based on the data we’re looking at we could be throwing gasoline on a fire.”CLICK FOR COMPLETE COVERAGE OF THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK“The pain is awful, we get that in terms of unemployment. But based on how we see this evolving, I’m all for economic recovery, but it needs to be on the back of a full health care recovery,” he added.New Jersey sits only behind New York in the number of


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