Harrisburg, Pa – On Friday April 17, 2020 the Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania was interviewed live on national television about the prospects of reopening the state during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Citizens are preparing for life as usual beginning no later than May 1, however Lt. Governor John Fetterman was less optimistic.
“We are weeks away from any kind of major announcement opening, if at all,” Lt. Fetterman said of the shutdown in Pennsylvania.
Appearing in street clothing, wearing his trademark Carhartt jacket, Fetterman made the statement yesterday that he believes reopening Pennsylvania will be “directed by science and the experts,” and he says that at this time science doesn’t support reopening the economy.