President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the administration may extend the federal social distancing guidelines until early summer, if not later.
"We may, and we may go beyond that," President Trump responded when asked about extending the guidelines.
Originally, the guidelines had been announced in March and have been extended to the end of April.
"We're going to have to see where it is," Trump noted. “I think people are going to know just out of common sense. At some point, we won’t have to do that. But until we feel safe, we’re going to be extending.”
So, what does this mean for the economy? Will this push back the start date for the economy?
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