Oklahoma businesses set to reopen amid virus pandemic
May 1, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahomans were allowed to return to restaurants, malls and other stores on Friday as stay-at-home orders expired in the state's biggest cities, bringing local governments in line with Gov. Kevin Stitt's plans for reopening the state's economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing rules will still apply, though it remained to be seen how many businesses would reopen and how many people would want to spend money as the steep economic downturn has led to staggering job loss. Nationally, more than 30.3 million workers have filed for unemployment in the last si...