The governors of Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky announced Thursday that they will work in close coordination to reopen the Midwest regional economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement came in a news release from Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, sent on behalf of all the participating governors. Comment: Sounds like Gov. Whitmer is trying to do some damage control! Unfortunately for her, it’s too late! “Our number one priority when analyzing when best to reopen our economy is the health and safety of our citizens,” the governors said in a joint statement. “We will make decisions based on facts, science, and recommendations from experts in health care, business, labor, and education,” the statement added.
Source: 7 Midwestern governors announce their states will coordinate on reopening