New Jersey's governor said the peak of the state's coronavirus cases could still be ahead.
Phil Murphy spoke to CNN this morning, saying some studies project that the state is in its peak, while a more "sobering reality" has New Jersey peaking many weeks from now, and in higher numbers.
Murphy emphasized that the recovery of health care workers takes priority over economic recovery.
"I fear if we open too early without making that recovery we could be pouring gas on the fire," Murphy said.
The governor said he's working with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to agree on a regional testing strategy.
"Not only did we bring our states to a closure together in harmony, but when we re-open we're doing so in broad harmony as well," Murphy said. "Including testing and other healthcare infrastructure that we'll need to make sure we don't see another round two of this."