Republican Caucus: “Delaware Needs to Restart Economy, Allow Businesses to Operate Responsibly”

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Delaware Needs to Restart Economy, Allow Businesses to Operate Responsibly

State House Minority Leader Danny Short discusses the need to allow Delaware small businesses to begin operations again. The Carney administration maintains that 14 days of declining new COVID-19 cases are needed before the governor will consider easing restrictions. Rep. Short says the problem with that requirement is that the administration is aggressively increasing testing in hot spot areas. The expanded testing all but guarantees a rise in newly detected cases -- indefinitely postponing any thought of economic recovery. Rep. Short says he and the other members of the House Republican Caucus support increased testing, but they say that small businesses need to be given an opportunity to operate responsibly, observing safety protocols. Rep. Short says after seven weeks in a State of Emergency, with no end in sight, the thousands of Delawareans operating or employed by small businesses are desperate for relief.

Posted by Delaware State House of Representatives - Republican Caucus on Thursday, April 30, 2020

State House Minority Leader Danny Short discusses the need to allow Delaware small businesses to begin operations again.

Dover (DE): The Carney administration maintains that 14 days of declining new COVID-19 cases are needed before the governor will consider easing restrictions. Rep. Short says the problem with that requirement is that the administration is aggressively increasing testing in hot spot areas.

The expanded testing all but guarantees a rise in newly detected cases — indefinitely postponing any thought of economic recovery.

Rep. Short says he and the other members of the House Republican Caucus support increased testing, but they say that small businesses need to be given an opportunity to operate responsibly, observing safety protocols.

Rep. Short says after seven weeks in a State of Emergency, with no end in sight, the thousands of Delawareans operating or employed by small businesses are desperate for relief.

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