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Governor: North Dakota nears final stage of reopening plan

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FARGO, ND (AP) – North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum said several state counties are on the verge of reaching the fifth and final stage of a reopening plan that would allow businesses to take over their normal activities with standard precautions to minimize the risk of coronavirus.

Burgum said the state’s color-coded risk assessment plan currently ranks the state as a whole in fourth stage or green stage.

This is generally considered low risk, but limits bars and restaurants to less than 100% of their capacity.

He said authorities will make another assessment next month on the number of counties that have qualified to pass the fifth stage or blue stage.

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