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Reopening the United States after Coronavirus will have to be gradual and restricted in many ways in order to be successful. Countries, such as India and Iran, that rushed reopening in an effort to salvage their economies, have faced second waves of the virus. Unfortunately, the United States has put itself into a difficult situation by not enforcing restrictions soon enough. Denmark, Germany, and New Zealand are some of the countries that have been able to slowly reopen successfully, and they all have one thing in common: they were some of the first to implement lockdowns or strict social distancing. Germany also implemented widespread testing at a remarkable rate when the virus hit. With a careful and gradual reopening, the United States will eventually return to a more normal state; however, if there is anything we can learn from the countries successful in combating this pandemic, it is that the Coronavirus needed to be met head-on in order to prevent the catastrophe that ensued.
Written by Eliza Bernene
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