(Indianapolis, IN) - The president is eager to restart the nation’s economy by May.
And now he says he won’t pressure the governors on when
to fire things back up in their states.
Indiana governor Eric Holcomb said Wednesday afternoon no date has been
chosen for reopening the economy in the state but the data will drive the decision
He also said his office is doing a number of things in preparation for reopening
like partnering with businesses so workplaces will be prepared to prevent
infection once economy opens back up.
He also said reopening will happen in phases not all at once
Holcomb also said he plans to work with the governors in the bordering
states on reopening the economy.