The Associated Press reports:
The White House shelved a warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that coronavirus cases will likely resurge after states reopen, according to a document seen by the Associated Press.
The 63-page document offers previously unpublished guidance to help officials decide when to shut facilities down again during future outbreaks of COVID-19. The White House has used parts of the CDC guidance, but has reportedly set aside large sections that appear to be very important.
For example, the original guidance tells people to avoid all non-essential travel until the very last phase of reopening, when cases are at the lowest levels.
CDC documents on how to safely reopen businesses and institutions during the pandemic included more restrictive measures, and plans for flare-ups, than the one released by the White House. The guidance was shelved by the Trump administration. https://t.co/arqXyBk0hc
— The Associated Press (@AP) May 13, 2020