Some US states will lift restrictions on coronaviruses next week, Trump says – National

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US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that Texas and Vermont would allow certain companies to reopen on Monday while respecting coronavirus precautions and that Montana would begin lifting restrictions on Friday.

“We continue to see a number of positive signs that the virus has reached its peak,” Trump told reporters in a daily press briefing.

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Some state governors have warned that they will not act prematurely to reopen their savings until there are more tests for the virus, however.

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Business leaders have also told Trump that the country needs to set up large-scale testing before their businesses can resume normal operations.










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He said that Republican and Democratic governors “have announced concrete steps to begin a gradual and safe opening.”

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Texas and Vermont “will allow some businesses to open on Monday while requiring appropriate social distancing precautions,” he said.

Dozens of protesters gathered Saturday in the Texas capital of Austin, chanting “USA! UNITED STATES! “And” Let us work! “










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