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We are all here on this earth but a very short period of time in a universe that has a timeline none of us could possibly relate to.
The governor this week shared a three-phased approach to reopen Oklahoma businesses and start the process of restoring the state’s economy starting April 24.
First, I want to say how pleased I was with the decision to begin opening our state’s economy up again. This is a common-sense approach that uses scientific data to get our businesses up and running, along with other activities of day-to-day life. Starting with the opening of personal care businesses on April 24, including beauty and barbershops, nail salons, spas and pet groomers, as well as state parks and out-Casey Murdock door recreation, then expanding to restaurants, movies and sporting venues, gyms and in-person worship services as of May 1, these were welcome steps. Social distancing and sanitation recommendations must be followed for all of these entities.
I think we’ve all learned to be a little bit hesitant when we hear the phrase the check is in the mail, but this time it is true. Checks are being delivered to Oklahomans as we speak.