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Today on Fox News: April 30, 2020

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On Fox News: 

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst, on the Michael Flynn case; New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy; Jon Taffer, host of “Bar Rescue”; Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump; Second lady Karen Pence.

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The Fox News Rundown podcast: The Parallels Between 9/11 and Now – As America currently deals with the coronavirus crisis, there are a lot of questions about how to rebuild and what we need from our leaders. George Pataki was the governor of New York when terrorists attacked Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001. Pataki discusses how to handle a crisis while being a sitting governor, the parallels between 9/11 and COVID-19 and who he supports going into the 2020 presidential election.

Also on the Rundown: Across the country families are adjusting to their new normal amid COVID-19 including remote learning. While students, teachers and parents adjust to learning from home, there’s no doubt it has been met with many obstacles both old and new. Deb Delisle, former assistant secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education at the Department of Education,  explains some of the hurdles students, parents and teachers are facing. She also weighs in on the importance of schools and face-to-face learning and what we can learn from homeschooling amid the pandemic.

Plus, commentary by Paul Batura author of  “GOOD DAY! The Paul Harvey Story.”

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The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Morgan Ortagus, U.S. State Dept. spokesperson; Fred Fleitz, president and CEO of the Center for Security Policy; Chris Wallace, host of “Fox News Sunday” and more.

Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Noon ET: Jimmy discusses the reopening of the country with Judge Andrew Napolitano, commentator David Rubin and gets a visit from Emily Compagno.

The Guy Benson Show, 3 p.m. ET: Andrew McCarthy, Fox News contributor; Dave Rubin from the Rubin Report; and Richard Fowler, Fox News contributor.

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News anchor allegedly caught cheating when half-naked woman walks into live shot

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A Spanish news anchor was accused of cheating on his TV star girlfriend when viewers spotted a semi-naked woman saunter behind him while he was filming a live segment, according to a report.

Alfonso Merlos, 41, was hosting the Estado de Alarma channel news report from his home amid the coronavirus lockdown when the scantily clad gal walked into the background of the shot, according to The Sun.

Eagle-eyed fans pointed out the woman was not his partner Marta López, a former star of the “Big Brother” reality show — sparking a media firestorm earlier this week, according to the outlet.

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Merlos remained silent for days despite accusations of two-timing, then apologized to López during an appearance on “The Ana Rosa” news show Monday.

“If you think that my attitude has not been correct or that there are things that I have not done well, I have no problem asking for forgiveness, although my goal was not to harm someone else,” he said.

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He claimed he’d broken up with the reality star before the at-home segment was shot — but Lopez insisted they were still together at the time. She called the incident “unpleasant” and “shameful.”

The partially clothed woman was later identified as journalist Alexia Rivas, according to the local new site 20 Minutos. Rivas said she has been dating the newsman for several weeks.

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Women’s groups reportedly drafted an unreleased letter urging Biden to address Tara Reade claims

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Women’s groups have reportedly pressured former Vice President Joe Biden behind the scenes to directly address the sexual misconduct allegations made by his former Senate staffer Tara Reade.

The New York Times reported on Wednesday that multiple groups had drafted a letter that praised Biden’s record on women’s issues but also said the presumptive Democratic nominee has the “opportunity” to tackle the 1993 assault allegation Reade leveled when she came forward last month.

“Vice President Biden has the opportunity, right now, to model how to take serious allegations seriously. The weight of our expectations matches the magnitude of the office he seeks,” the letter reportedly said.

Two weeks ago, however, the Biden campaign reportedly heard about the efforts being made by the women’s groups, who “put the letter on hold” while advisers to the former vice president “push the candidate to make a statement himself before the end of April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.”

WASHINGTON POST CALLS ON BIDEN TO ADDRESS TARA READE SEX-ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS, ‘RELEASE RELEVANT RECORDS’

“It’s difficult for survivors to see that a woman who has more corroborating sources than most survivors have in similar situations is being tossed aside and actively being weaponized by cynical political actors,”  UltraViolet advocacy group founder Shaunna Thomas told the Times, acknowledging her organization was involved in the letter. “It would be an incredible moment of leadership for Joe Biden to show up.”

UltraViolet did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Women’s groups have been notably silent in the weeks since Reade’s allegations came to light.

Requests for comment from Fox News to the National Organization for Women, the Women’s March, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Emily’s List, Planned Parenthood for America and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) were not returned.

Such groups have been active in the #MeToo movement, particularly during the 2018 confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault in the 80s by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who received outpouring support from the pro-women organizations.

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It has been over a month since Reade came forward with her sexual assault allegation yet Biden himself has not addressed the controversy despite appearing in over a dozen TV interviews since Reade’s on March 25.

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On Tuesday, Reade called for the release of Biden’s Senate records she believes could further corroborate her claims but are currently sealed at the University of Delaware.

“I’m calling for the release of the documents being held by the University of Delaware that contain Biden’s staff personnel records because I believe it will have my complaint form, as well as my separation letter and other documents,” Reade told Fox News on Tuesday. “Maybe if other staffers that have tried to file complaints would come to light — why are they under seal? And why won’t they be released to the public?”

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The Washington Post has now joined the call, urging Biden to finally address the allegations and to “release relevant records.”

“Tara Reade deserves to be heard, and voters deserve to hear her. They deserve to hear from Joe Biden, too,” the Washington Post editorial board wrote on Wednesday. “There are, at the moment, no clear conclusions. There may never be. But that is no excuse for not searching. One place to start is the records covering Mr. Biden’s 36-year Senate career, donated to the University of Delaware in 2012 and slated for release to the public two years after Mr. Biden ‘retires from public life.'”

Major developments have also arisen in recent days since Reade came forward in March that further corroborate her 1993 claims.

A “Larry King Live” clip from 1993 was unearthed on Friday that purportedly featured Reade’s mother calling in to the show anonymously and alluding to her daughter’s “problems” with a “prominent senator.” Reade confirmed to Fox News it was her mother’s voice on the call.

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On Monday, two more people — a former neighbor and a former colleague of Reade’s — remembered conversations they had with her back in the 1990s. One remembered her account of the alleged assault, and another remembered her mentioning harassment but not assault.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report. 

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Chris Matthews calls accuser’s claim ‘credible’: ‘I didn’t argue about it, I didn’t deny it’

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Chris Matthews, the former host of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” who departed from the job in March after 20 years, says in a recent podcast interview that an accuser’s claims against him were “credible.”

“I didn’t argue about it, I didn’t deny it,” Matthews told Vanity Fair magazine’s “Inside the Hive.”

Matthews, 74, who resigned on the air amid allegations of sexist comments plus a series of on-camera miscues – forcing a stunned MSNBC colleague to take over the hosting duties in his absence – was responding to allegations made by Laura Bassett, a journalist who in February identified Matthews as the cable news host she had previously written about in 2017 without naming him.

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Bassett described Matthews’ behavior toward her as “gross and inappropriate,” and alleged that Matthews, while seated in a makeup chair next to her before a 2016 edition of his show, had said, “Why haven’t I fallen in love with you yet?,” then turned to the makeup artist and said, “Keep putting makeup on her, I’ll fall in love with her.”

In this week’s podcast, Matthews confirmed the incident happened.

“I accepted the credibility of the complaint in the article,” he said, in what Vanity Fair claimed was his first interview since leaving MSNBC. “I didn’t want to challenge the person that made the complaint and wrote the article, of course. That was highly justified. Basically, as I said, to repeat myself, it’s inappropriate in the workplace to compliment somebody on their appearance, this is in the makeup chair, and I did it.”

Matthews had also issued a mea culpa during his on-air farewell in March.

“Compliments on a woman’s appearance that some men, including me, might have once incorrectly thought were OK were not OK, not then and certainly not today,” Matthews said at the time. “And for making such comments in the past, I’m sorry.”

After Bassett identified Matthews publicly, numerous video clips of Matthews started to emerge on social media, showing him complimenting female colleagues on the air, or making remarks about other women shown on screen. The targets of his remarks included CNN’s Erin Burnett and CBS News’ Margaret Brennan (both of whom worked for CNBC at the time).

Other critics claimed Matthews had long demeaned female politicians, including Hillary Clinton, both on and off the air, Vanity Fair reported.

Matthews also took heat for a comment he made to Sen. Elizabeth Warren during a discussion about whether former presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg had made an inappropriate remark to a woman.

“Why would he lie?” Matthews said to Warren, prompting some to claim he was automatically taking Bloomberg’s side in the controversy.

After Matthews’ departure, his defenders in the media included “Real Time” host Bill Maher, who referred to Matthews as “a friend of mine” during commentary on his show and asserted that Matthews’ exit was another example of “cancel culture.”

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The HBO host acknowledged Matthews made “kind of creepy” remarks to women over the years, but said, “Guys are married for a million years” and they “want to flirt for two seconds.” (Matthews has been married to his wife Kathleen since 1980.)

Aside from comments about women, Matthews had also drawn backlash for some other on-air moments.

In March, he compared Bernie Sanders’ victory in the Nevada primary to the Nazis entering France during World War II, and in February he claimed “mistaken identity” after thinking that Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., shown in a video with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., was instead Graham’s Democratic Senate opponent Jaime Harrison.

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this story.

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Today on Fox News: April 29, 2020

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On Fox News: 

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; White House senior adviser Jared Kushner. No gym? No problem! Get a workout at home with Jake Steinfeld of “Body by Jake.” We’ll get a preview of Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds’ flyover tour Operation America Strong.

America Copes Together – A Virtual Town Hall, 1 pm ET: Harris Faulkner hosts this virtual town hall that will shed light on the mental health issues caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On Fox News Radio:

The Fox News Rundown podcast: Holding China Accountable – The coronavirus pandemic, and China’s handling of the virus has worsened U.S.-China relations. As the U.S. tries to move forward from the outbreak, the big question remains on whether China will be held accountable and whether there be repercussions for the country’s misinformation? Assistant Attorney General of National Security John Demers weighs in.

Also on the Rundown: 26 million Americas have filed for unemployment in the last five weeks, with many frustrated they haven’t received their money yet. Wall Street Journal economics reporter Sarah Chaney discusses why so many Americans are having a hard time getting unemployment benefits and what is being done to alleviate the problem.

Plus, commentary by Geraldo Rivera, Fox News correspondent-at-large.

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The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell; U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas; Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA.

Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Noon ET: Jimmy gets reaction to Hillary Clinton’s endorsement of Joe Biden from Mercedes Schlapp, senior adviser for the Trump 2020 campaign and Fox Business’ Kennedy.

The Guy Benson Show, 3 p.m. ET: Senate Judiciary Committee member Thom Tillis, R-N.C.; Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst and host of “Liberty File” on Fox Nation; U.S. Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas.

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South Dakota Gov. Noem unveils ‘back to normal’ plan, says it places power in ‘hands of the people’

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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Tuesday mapped out a plan for getting the state “back to normal,” amid the coronavirus outbreak, a plan that she said emphasizes personal responsibility instead of government orders.

Later, the Republican governor – who drew criticism from Democrats and others for never issuing a statewide stay-at-home-order — talked about her plan during an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity.”

“In South Dakota we didn’t close any businesses,” Noem told host Sean Hannity. “We didn’t do any shelter-in-place.”

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Noem previously stated that she opposed government-ordered safety measures because they infringed on citizens’ personal freedoms – and preferred informing the public so they could decide for themselves whether to follow recommendations or not.

“I trusted my people, they trusted me to make decisions that were best for us, and they’ve just done an absolute fantastic job,” Noem told Hannity. “That’s why my plan is not a reopening plan, it’s a back-to-normal plan.

“I trusted my people, they trusted me to make decisions that were best for us, and they’ve just done an absolute fantastic job.”

— South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem

“We’re working our way back towards getting the life in South Dakota that we love again — and I’m giving them guidance to do that.”

Earlier in the day, Noem said her “Back to Normal Plan” would kick in when South Dakota achieves several specific criteria, according to the Argus Leader newspaper in Sioux Falls.

According to the plan, the state must show a downward trajectory of coronavirus cases for 14 days, with no clusters posing a risk to the public; must have adequate hospital capacity to treat all patients, not just those with the virus, and must have an adequate supply of personal protective equipment and a testing program for medical staff; and state officials must be able to rapidly investigate the contain cases of the virus.

“I am not announcing any new government programs, more red tape, more prescriptive phases or tight controls,” Noem said, according to the Argus Leader. “That is not South Dakota. Rather, the plan I’m unveiling today puts the power into the hands of the people where it belongs.”

Hannity asked Noem how South Dakota managed to keep businesses such as restaurants operating despite the presence of the virus within the state’s borders.

“We encouraged them to have less than 10 people in their dining rooms, in their facilities, and to focus on delivery and carry out,” Noem responded.

‘’What we’ve told them today when I unveiled my Back to Normal plan, was that I asked them to ensure physical distancing within their facilities to make sure that they had a rigorous sanitation [and] cleanliness protocol that they followed – and I think that our folks in South Dakota are ready to do that.

“They don’t mind taking extra measures and steps if we’re giving them the opportunity to look at their specific situation and make adjustments that use common sense,” Noem added. “I think that’s the difference and the example that our people have set and I’m proud of them.”

“They don’t mind taking extra measures and steps if we’re giving them the opportunity to look at their specific situation and make adjustments that use common sense.”

— South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem

Hannity also asked Noem about the state’s Smithfield meat-packing plant, which has been the site of a coronavirus cluster – giving critics ammunition against Noem’s decision not to close businesses and impose a stay-at-home order.

The plant later closed temporarily, but Noem told Hannity it may reopen soon.

“We’re hopeful that within a matter of days that the plant could be back up and running, safely, protecting its employees but also contributing to our national security,” Noem said.

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“This is a critical-infrastructure business, we need it online to feed the people in this country and it’s incredibly important. We’re working with Smithfield. The ball’s in their court. We’re hoping that within a couple of days they could potentially get this plant going.”

Two counties in the state – Minnehaha and Lincoln — are currently under an executive order requiring residents vulnerable to coronavirus, such as those age 65 or older and those with chronic health conditions, to stay home through May 11.

As of late Tuesday, South Dakota had more than 2,300 confirmed cases of the virus and 11 deaths.

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Today on Fox News: April 28, 2020

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On Fox News: 

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson on the shocking attack on his family’s home; White House coronavirus task force response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx; Gov. Tate Reeves on Mississippi starting to ease coronavirus restrictions; former NASCAR driver Richard Childress on his memorabilia auction and sale to assist COVID-19 relief efforts; Could Michael Flynn be exonerated? Reaction from Gregg Jarrett.

On Fox News Radio:

The Fox News Rundown podcast: Why South Dakota Remained Open for Business – More businesses in more states are starting to reopen. South Dakota is one of the few that did not order retailers and restaurants to shut down during the coronavirus outbreak. Gov. Kristi Noem explains why she trusted the people of her state to take “personal responsibility” and did not feel like a strict stay-at-home mandate was necessary. The first-term Republican also weighs in on the federal government’s response and the need for more testing.

Also on the Rundown: COVID-19 has drastically changed people’s lives in the U.S. and across the world. As we look forward to life after the coronavirus, changes will have to be made to social norms such as handshaking in order to adjust to the “new normal.” Biological anthropologist and senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, Dr. Helen Fisher weighs in on adapting to life after corona, how to move forward and what social norms will never change despite the outbreak.

Plus, commentary by  Kat Timpf, co-host of the “Tyrus & Timpf” podcast.

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The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: Gen. Jack Keane, Fox News senior strategic analyst; Lt. Col. Allen West, former Florida congressman; Andy Puzder, former CEO of  CKE Restaurants; Chris Stirewalt, Fox News politics editor; Dr Janette Nesheiwat.

Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Noon ET: Jimmy talks about the latest roadmap to getting America open with U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics  and Fox News contributor Brian Brenberg.

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Howard Stern supports Joe Biden for president: ‘I am all in’

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Howard Stern announced on his radio show Monday that he’s “all in” for Joe Biden as the next president.

The legendary radio personality made the revelation after President Donald Trump suggested last week in a press conference ingesting disinfectant or using ultraviolet light to help fight coronavirus — which he later said were sarcastic comments.

“What’s it going to take? I don’t get it,” Stern said, referencing Trump’s recommendation. “I don’t think there is anyone left who will vote for him.”

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He later said, “I am all in on Joe Biden.

“You see the wall that’s right next to you, I’ll vote for the wall over a guy who tells me that I should pour Clorox into my mouth. Listen, I think we are in deep s–t. I think we could have been ahead of this curve,” Stern added.

The shock jock endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and sat down for a two-hour-plus interview with her in December, during which they covered her failed campaign against Trump.

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Howard Stern said he is voting for Joe Biden for president on Monday during his radio show.  (Reuters)

“Obviously I was crushed, I was disappointed and I was really surprised because I couldn’t figure out what had happened,” she said of losing the election.

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Stern, who had a friendly relationship with the billionaire before he went into politics, said that Clinton would have made a “spectacular” president.

At one point Stern said he wished she would have embarrassed Trump when sharing debate stages by asking him to point out specific countries on a map.

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“I had this fantasy,” Stern said as Clinton cackled before declaring that she won the debates.

“It no longer matters as much,” she said of debate victories. “That’s what bothers me.”

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Stern told Clinton she was “too nice,” while she said she had to show restraint because she is a woman.

“Suppose I had turned around and said, ‘Back up you creep, you’re not going to intimidate me,’ the headlines would have been ‘lost her calm,’ ‘switches into being angry,’” she said.

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Today on Fox News: April 27, 2020

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Former FDA commissioner on use of hydroxychloroquine and Georgia reopening

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Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb weighed in Sunday on the use of antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a possible treatment for the novel coronavirus and reacted to several businesses in Georgia reopening during the pandemic.

Speaking on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday, Gottlieb said that he doesn’t think doctors should be using hydroxychloroquine “outside of protocols at this point, given the fact that we’ve had now accruing evidence demonstrating really no benefit and some indication that it could be causing harm.”

Gottlieb made the comments two days after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned against the use of two antimalarial drugs that have been touted as possible treatments for the new coronavirus following reports of “serious heart rhythm problems” in COVID-19 patients treated with the medications.

The drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine should not be used outside of a hospital or clinical setting, the agency said, especially when used alongside the antibiotic azithromycin, also known as a Z-Pak.

“The FDA is aware of reports of serious heart rhythm problems in patients with COVID-19 treated with hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine, often in combination with azithromycin,” the FDA wrote on its website.

The medications, which have been long prescribed to treat rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, have made headlines in recent weeks after President Trump called the drugs a potential “game-changer” for the treatment of COVID-19 after a French study suggested that hydroxychloroquine, in combination with azithromycin, could shorten the duration of illness for coronavirus patients.

In late March, the FDA put in place an emergency-use authorization to try these drugs in severe cases of the virus.

“I think it’s still reasonable to conduct clinical studies with it to see if it could be effective as a treatment, but we’ve done a lot of clinical studies to date and we haven’t turned over a card that’s really shown that the drug is affective,” Gottlieb said on Sunday.

He went on to note that “this [hydroxychloroquine] was being used very widely in New York City and other cities as well, it’s being used very widely in Italy also, off-label as a treatment initially in the setting of this outbreak here in the United States.”

“I think a lot of doctors that I talked to in New York City are starting to pull back from using it right now, given the fact that they really haven’t seen an indication that it’s having a robust treatment effect,” he continued.

Gottlieb also reacted to the fact that on Friday businesses in Georgia started to reopen,  saying he thinks it was the wrong move.

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While he extended Georgia’s state of emergency until May 13, which enforces “shelter in place” orders, Gov. Brian Kemp also allowed for businesses such as bowling alleys, gyms, tattoo parlors, spas, nail salons and movie theaters to start operating.

The order allowed restaurants to reopen April 27, with a restriction on gatherings to 10 people per 500 square feet.

“It does up the risk of infection,” Gottlieb said. “Georgia is certainly not out of the woods.”

He noted that only about one percent of the state’s population has been tested and that the state has reported more than 23,000 coronavirus cases.

“They may have plateaued in their epidemic, maybe, but they’re still accruing a lot of new cases,” Gottlieb said. “And they certainly aren’t coming down in the terms of the number of new cases each day.”

He added that “it’s going to take some time until we see sustained declines in new cases and get to the point where there’s a low enough level of spread in the country that we can feel comfortable about opening up parts of the country.”

“It’s going to be probably mid-May, maybe late May in parts of this nation,” he explained. “Georgia is certainly jumping the gun I think here, getting started too early relative to where they are in the epidemic.”

Kemp has also faced criticism for his decision from President Trump who said he thinks “it’s too soon.”

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According to models and projections used by the White House from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, Georgia should not consider reopening until mid-June at the earliest.

Fox News’ Peter Aitken and Madeline Farber contributed to this report.

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