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Varney: Coronavirus-restricted Americans returning to work ‘may become a flood’
Varney: The coronavirus lockdown is loosening
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on how Americans will react once the economy reopens and back-to-work gets rolling.
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FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues that America is gradually getting back to work while coronavirus continues, “like it or not.”
“Despite mixed messages from Washington, despite concern over a possible second wave of the virus, stay-at-home restrictions are being lifted,” he said.
But Varney said reopening the economy and resuming normal life bears the question: Will Americans show up for businesses once reopened? Will customers go for a haircut or hop on a flight for a business trip?
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“How do you feel about going back to the office?” he asked. “And if you do go back to your desk, will you still get into group conversations around the proverbial water cooler?”
Varney said the answer all depends on how severely Americans are itching to leave their homes.