The US Centers for Disease Control and Federal Emergency Management Agency have formulated plans to gradually restart the economy

The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have drafted a public health strategic plan to gradually restart the economy in parts of the United States. The plan is divided into three phases: before May 1, to prepare for the restart of the national election; by May 15, to increase the production of testing reagents and personal protective equipment; thereafter, it will begin to reopen in stages according to local conditions. Two people familiar with the matter said the plan was part of the Trump administration ’s plan and had been discussed with the White House.