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Social media reacts to Gov. DeWine's announcement to re-open the economy on May 1

The state of Ohio has been under stay-at -home order since the March 23.

OHIO, USA — On Thursday, Gov. Mike DeWine shocked Ohioans announcing that the re-opening of the economy would begin, May 1. 

"We have a plan that we're putting together," DeWine said. "We have a plan to start Ohio back. And we're going to start doing that, implementing that plan on May 1. It's going to be gradual. It's going to be a rolling out one thing after another so that we can do it. 

The state of Ohio has been under stay-at -home order since the March 23 and residents and businesses have truly felt the impacts of the preventative measures. 

However, DeWine's announcement was met with mixed reactions, some championed the swiftness of the reopening, while others felt it was too soon. Where do you stand on the decision?

Check out some of the reaction from social media below:

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