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Before the start of this year, no one could have imagined battling a global pandemic on the scale that the coronavirus has brought to us over the last few months. For roughly two months, restaurants, schools and both “essential” and “non-essential” businesses were given guidelines to follow strict social distancing recommendations or even temporarily closed. And due to financial obligations, some of those businesses never re-opened. Even though federal restrictions on social distancing rules have been slightly lifted, several states and cities – typically with higher death-toll rates – have stayed closed. As states, counties and cities look to the horizon on re-opening businesses, schools, parks and other ways of life, what will become the new normal?
Recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevent