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Levine: 'It is far too early to change' stay-at-home order, business closures

bizjournals Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said the commonwealth will not be pulling back on its sweeping restrictions on businesses and residents to stem the exponential growth of COVID-19 patients in Pennsylvania. President Trump, in a televised interview Tuesday afternoon, suggested that he'd like to see the country "opened up and raring to go by Easter," April 12. He said public health officials' cure was worse than the problem of the novel coronavirus. Levine said in a news conference later Tuesday…
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