The four primary factors the administration will consider include the following,
- Infections rates must be down.
- The ability to test the coronavirus must improve.
- The state's healthcare system's capacity must be adequate.
- Businesses would need to adopt "best practices in the workplace.
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, the state's chief medical executive, said it's a mix of things and not necessarily "zero cases," but that the right amount of testing is going on, the rate of increases in cases goes down, and that hospitals are ready in case there's a surge of cases after the social distancing measures are lifted.