While States mull slowly reopening, health experts warn that there must be higher rates of COVID testing before anyone goes back to work. Governors have been begging the Federal government for more tests, meanwhile, Trump said Sunday that the ‘country was testing millions per day’ when the real number is 150,000.

Trump also passed the buck by saying that testing is a local problem.

In a poll conducted last week by NBC News/Wall Street Journal, 58 percent of Americans feel the U.S. will start to reopen the country too quickly as the federal government pushes for a quick back-to-business model.

As expected, the vote splits upon party loyalty, with 77 percent of registered Democrats expressing concern that the country could move to reopen prematurely and only 39 percent of Republican expressing the same concerns.

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