Rebecca Shabad2h ago / 12:52 PM UTCWith no end in sight in the coronavirus outbreak and as President Donald Trump eyes a decision to reopen the government, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Monday that the U.S. won’t be able to “turn a switch” and return to normalcy.“Whenever we open up, however we do it, if people aren’t confident, if they don’t think they’re safe, they’re not going to go to restaurants, they’re not going to go to bars, they’re not going to really get back into society,” DeWine said in an interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”DeWine, a Republican who issued a stay-at-home order in Ohio on March 22, said that it could be very difficult to begin opening things up.“I will say this, that going out of this thing is going to be just as tough, if not tougher, than going into it and closing things down,” he said.Read the full story here.Elisha Fieldstadt2h ago / 12:41 PM UTCSwift coronavirus testing needed before reopening country, CDC director saysThe director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that in order for the country to reopen, swift testing for people who have the virus and for people who might

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