President Trump Will Not Extend Social Distancing Guidelines That Expired Thursday

I do not want people to get used to this”, President Trump said.

President Trump said the federal government will not be extending its coronavirus social distancing guidelines that expired Thursday.

His is son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, predicted that by July the country will be “really rocking again.”

I think what you will see in May, as the states are reopening now, is May will be a transition month,” he said. “And I think you’ll see by June, a lot of the country should be back to normal and the hope is that … by July the country is really rocking again.

The guidelines, which were originally supposed to last 15 days and were then extended an additional 30 encouraged Americans to work from home and avoid restaurants and discretionary travel and advised older Americans and those with serious underlying health conditions to isolate themselves.

Vice President Pence said the guidelines have been incorporated into the new guidance issued by the White House earlier this month that lays out how states can gradually ease restrictions and begin to reopen as the rate of new cases slows.

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