New York Times: 'Like test dummies': As Colorado reopens, some see too much riskApr 26, 2020
"I feel like we are like test dummies that they're learning off of," said Mary Ramirez, a Greeley hair salon owner who will not be reopening next week as she believes, like Rose, there is insufficient safety guidance and planning.
Epidemiologist Lee Newman said "in an ideal world" Coloradans would continue to stay home, but many can no longer afford food or medicine unless they return to work.
"We don't have enough tests being done to know how long we need to wait, how long we need to keep the society at the same level as we're at now in terms of closures," said Newman, professor of environmental and occupational health and epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health.
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