In Connecticut, flags that had been lowered to half staff during the somber peak of the COVID-19 were raised high again to signal the state’s return to reopen. In Kentucky, shops opened for their customer. In South Carolina water parks, mini-golf and other places reopen on Wednesday. And In Alaska, gym, bars restaurants, were getting ready for reopening with the full capacity. Gov. Mike Dunleavy said that “it will be reopened” just like it was prior to the COVID-19. As on Wednesday, all states had reopened after the two months of lockdown due to the outbreak of Covid-19. But vast variations remain in how states are discussing to open their shops with some forging far ahead of others. Many start to reopen despite not meeting White house guidelines against Covid-19 And recently in some states cases of COVID-19 is increasing, like in Texas, and other states. And the dynamic has left businessmen and owners and customers to decide for themselves what they think about it that It will be safe or not. Ipakoi Grigoriadis said that “ It is scary, that we don’t really know what this is,” Ipakoi Grigoriadis family owns pop’s family restaurant in Milford, Conn., a dinner that a reopened on Wednesday. But servers are gloved and masked, and others are expected to wear masks except when they are eating and drinking. Governors are facing pressure to reopen the states, as millions of people of America have lost their jobs and unemployment reached 14.7 percent. But in Texas, they are allowing only 25 percent capacity for a week to reopen their business.