Gov. Gina Raimondo announced today that, tomorrow afternoon, she and the Rhode Island Department of Health will unveil new steps the state will take to stop the spread of the coronavirus "in light of recent data." While the Governor says Rhode Island is not yet moving back to Phase II and says there will not be broad changes to restaurants or schools, the new restrictions will be the first steps back in recent months.. Do you believe the state is justified in adding new restrictions to slow the current rising trend of coronavirus cases in Rhode Island? Let us know below.

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