[International: Al Furat News] US President Donald Trump has given the US rulers recommendations on restarting the state economy in the coming months as the Corona virus continues to spread across the states.
The recommendations, which constitute a road map, stipulate, in three stages, that can be followed on the basis of precise criteria to restart the economy, which was halted due to the outbreak of the Corona virus in the country.
During his daily press conference, Trump said, "Based on the latest data, our expert team is now unanimous in saying that we can start the next phase of our war, which we call restart America."
Trump promised state governors that they would take action to open the economy themselves, with the help of the federal government.
The United States has recorded 654,301 confirmed cases of coronavirus, and 32,186 deaths, so far.
Trump suggested that some states lift the general closure measures this month.
During his daily press conference, Trump said, "Based on the latest data, our team of experts is unanimous in the possibility of starting the next stage of our war, which we call restart America."
He continued: "The rulers of the fifty states, who had previously taken various measures to quarantine the citizens, will now take the measures that must be taken to reopen the economy, but the federal government has published its recommendations in order to guide them."
"We are not reopening suddenly," Trump added, "but" step by step, with caution, "noting that the rulers will be able to adopt a special approach that responds to the specific circumstances in their states.
" He said, "The United States wants to open again, and the Americans want this." .
"the closure nationally - year - old can not be a solution in the long term," pointing out that the closure long - term "threatens to serious loss of public health."
He warned President Bush of a sharp rise in drug abuse, alcohol, and increased heart disease and other problems " Physical and healthy. "
Trump told reporters that healthy citizens can return to work "according to their circumstances."
"Americans will still be required to maintain social estrangement and stay at home if they feel unwell," Trump said, calling on state governors to act "very quickly based on what they want to do."
The US Administration Guidance Document, which is 18 pages long, details three stages for restarting state economies, with each phase spanning a minimum of fourteen days.
And included some recommendations, along the three stages, personal care for hygiene, and the development of policies that promote social divergence in the workplace, in addition to conducting investigations and tracking contacts with patients.
The first stage involves maintaining many of the current general closures, such as avoiding unnecessary travel and gatherings.
But she says spacious areas such as restaurants, places of worship and sports "can work with the application of strict body spacing systems."
In the event that there is no evidence that the corona virus will return to an outbreak, the second stage will allow the resumption of unnecessary travel.
The guidelines state that schools can open again, as well as pubs, while classroom occupancy is reduced.
During the third stage, states with a decline in the number of injuries and symptoms of the disease unit can allow "public interaction" with social divergence, and provide staff at work sites without restrictions.
Visits to homes for the elderly and hospitals can be resumed, and pubs can raise the possibility of occupying their halls. Some regions can begin returning to normal after an evaluation period, which lasts a minimum of one month, according to the document.
This period may be prolonged in places with more infections, or where rates begin to increase.
The White House Corona Task Force coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birks, during the press conference Thursday, that after the states complete the three stages, they can allow more employees to return to their jobs and the third stage may become a "new normal" and may still include proposals to avoid the most vulnerable groups crowded places.
Ammar Al-Masoudi ended