Re-Open Florida Task Force
This afternoon, Governor DeSantis convened the first meeting of his Re-Open Florida Task Force, saying he wanted to “get the economy back in a safe way.”
The Re-Open Florida Task Force has established working groups assigned to each of the high, medium and low-risk industries. The working groups will recommend when each industry may reopen. Any re-opening will likely be in phases and on different schedules.
The working groups are meeting daily and the results of those daily meetings will be presented to the Task Force, which will hold a conference call daily at 2 p.m. through Friday, unless additional time is needed.
Members of the Re-Open Florida Task Force executive committee:
The attached presentation of the impact of the shutdown in Florida was presented to the Governor at today’s meeting.
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