Expatriate returning from Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon arrive to be re-tested at a Kuwaiti health ministry containment and screening zone for COVID-19 coronavirus disease in Kuwait City on March 16, 2020. - Facing a mounting public health threat, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman have taken drastic measures to combat the pandemic. Kuwait has taken the strictest measures in the GCC by largely locking down the country over the weekend. (Photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT / AFP) (Photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT/AFP via Getty Images)
Dare we believe that life might soon return to something approaching normal? Now that President Trump has announced that the country will slowly, deliberately, state by state, begin a return to normal life, we’ll talk over how and when we can dip our toes back in the water and just how we’re going to deal with the growing economic, political and constitutional fallout from this crisis, as we’re joined by LibertyNation.com Political Columnist Joe Schaeffer, Economics Correspondent Andrew Moran and Legal Affairs Editor Scott Cosenza.
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