Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 450 words, a 2-minute read.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios
It's not just restaurants and bars: The reopening of America will be centered around reducing our pre-virus conceptions of how many people can congregate together indoors.
The big picture: Social distancing and spacing is strongly encouraged by the CDC in its new guidelines for reopening various parts of American life.
The 6 sectors:
Between the lines: The virus is also unleashing a supply chain issue for taking care of kids— much like restaurant closures messed with the food supply.
The bottom line: This doesn't need to be our reality forever, but until this virus is fully under control, get used to this new normal.
Photo: Michael Sohn/AP
A boy feeds sparrows in front of a bakery at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
A thank-you note on the windshield of a milk truck in Sawbridgeworth, England. Photo: Hannah McKay/Reuters
The return of the milkman: "The glass bottles are gone. The cream-topped milk of yore has been replaced by oat milk, almond milk and even a Snickers-flavored drink. But the milkman is back, summoned by customers eager for home delivery in a world changed by pandemic." [WSJ]