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Fauci Says U.S. Reopening Could Start ‘In Some Ways’ in May

  • Debate flares about when it’s safe to lift stay-at-home orders
  • FDA chief says there’s ‘urgency’ but not political pressure
An empty street is seen in front of closed stores in the Fondren District of Jackson, Mississippi, U.S.

An empty street is seen in front of closed stores in the Fondren District of Jackson, Mississippi, U.S.

Photographer: Rory Doyle/Bloomberg
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Parts of the U.S. may be ready in May to ease emergency measures taken against the coronavirus pandemic but there’s no universal “light switch” to flip on, Dr. Anthony Fauci said.