Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Oklahoma is set to become the latest state to reopen some businesses on Friday amid the coronavirus pandemic after Gov. Kevin Stitt announced that hair salons, spas, nail salons and pet groomers can open their doors.Stitt’s announcement, in which he said that the shops will be open by appointment only and will have to maintain social distancing and “strict sanitation protocols,” comes as a number of states have moved to reopen their economies as the country continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic that has sickened more than 839,000 people and killed almost 40,000.“We rolled out a three-phased reopening plan,” Stitt said during an interview Wednesday afternoon on Fox News’ “Your World with Neil Cavuto.” “A very measured reopening plan. Because the intent of my 15 executive orders was to flatten the curve and build capacity in our hospitals. And you’re seeing that.”The governor said the state peaked March 30 with 560 people in the hospital and “that trend has gone down.” “Today we have 298 across the state in the hospital with COVID related symptoms,” Stitt said. “So we feel good right now. We’re gonna be data driven.”Stitt

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