More businesses in more states are starting to reopen. South Dakota is one of the few that did not order retailers and restaurants to shut down during the coronavirus outbreak. Governor Kristi Noem explains why she trusted the people of her state to take 'personal responsibility" and did not feel like a strict stay-at-home mandate was necessary. The first term Republican also weighs in on the federal government's response and the need for more testing.
Covid-19 has drastically changed people's lives in the U.S. and across the world. As we look forward to life after the coronavirus, changes will have to be made to social norms such as handshaking in order to adjust to the "new normal." Biological anthropologist and senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, Dr. Helen Fisher weighs in on adapting to life after corona, how to move forward and what social norms will never change despite the outbreak.
Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf, co-host of the "Tyrus and Tympf" podcast.