What will Tennessee’s reopening look like?

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — Now that Governor Bill Lee has announced the state’s safer at home order will expire at the end
of April, businesses are rushing to adapt as they prepare to reopen.

However, East Tennessee lawmakers said things won’t snap back quite like you remember.

“COVID is not going anywhere,” said State Representative Jeremy Faison. “We’re going to have
to live. I think it behooves us…to take certain precautions.”

Faison, along with State Representative Jason Zachary, are on the governor’s Economic Recovery Group. They, along with others, have until Thursday to lay out ways for businesses to safely reopen and accommodate customers.

Faison said he approves of what some stores, like Kroger, have done.

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