Gov. Murphy cautions against opening state economy too early

Gov. Phil Murphy, D-NJ, says his state is aggressively testing and it needs more beds and needs more personal protective gear. Gov. Murphy also says he doesn't expect to open his state's economy by Easter.

3/27/2020

New Jersey Gov. Murphy cautions against opening the state economy too early during coronavirus. 'I hope sooner than later ... if we go too early – I'm fearful we will throw gasoline on the fire, and we'll have a much bigger challenge on our hands.'

Gov. Phil Murphy, D-NJ, says his state is aggressively testing and it needs more beds and needs more personal protective gear. Gov. Murphy also says he doesn't expect to open his state's economy by Easter.

March 26, 2020 Read more: MSNBC

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oh yeah, and mike pence gloats about how we have an abundance of test kits in each state; while almost every hospital has almost no PPE left ;

Murphy: New York is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ and we’re right behindWhile New Jersey officials haven’t offered specific guidance on when a surge could occur, state Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said believes it could happen as soon as 21 days from now The coronavirus death toll in the United States has just a grim milestone, 1000 deaths. Bad as this is it only represents 3 deaths per 1 million population. The worst affected country, Italy, is experiencing 124 deaths per 1 million population. That's how bad it's yet to get. If it doesn't they still get to be right. People from NY and NJ need to stay out of PA and DE! Nothing personal but we don't need you bringing more sick people here!

Annie Murphy Is Letting Go of Schitt'sAfter five years as Alexis Rose on the comedy 'Schitt's Creek,' Annie Murphy discusses the show's last season, life after the show, and DM'ing other celebrities. love you

Gov. Beshear Receives Praise For His Handling Of Coronavirus PandemicKentuckians are loving Gov. Andy Beshear's leadership on the COVID-19 crisis. The fandom has produced a deluge of memes and videos online that are helping the state cope with these uncertain times.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine: 'We've Got To Have Help From The Federal Government'Almost 140,000 people filed for unemployment benefits in Ohio last week compared with fewer than 5,000 a week earlier. 'Look, we've got to have help from the federal government,' says Gov. Mike DeWine. And by Easter those 140,000 people will be healthy, happy and back to work. In the president’s fantasy world... Trump coronavirus SocialDistancing WINNING!

Column: Here's what's wrong with Gov. Newsom's stay-at-home order: It's a legal messIf government is going to restrict your constitutional rights, however compelling the emergency, the courts will demand more than a slapdash order. opinion I'm staying at home. Not sure why that's particularly hard concept opinion There should be an ENFORCED lockdown in New York City and Los Angeles County now! Before it's too late. As conditions worsen, more people will 'flee' the county as they are currently doing in New York. More virus will spread. opinion Dude the media makes this worse

New York Gov. Cuomo says social distancing efforts are working to slow coronavirusSocial distancing efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus in New York, the epicenter of the American outbreak, are showing signs of working, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday. Hope he's right!



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