While the president and his advisers talk about "reopening" the economy, there are parts of it that never closed.
Many factories are still operating around the clock, churning out the products we depend on during this pandemic, including food, face masks and toilet paper.
"I get a lot of ribbing locally in my neighborhood," says Jose de los Rios, who works at a giant Procter & Gamble plant in Mehoopany, Pa., where Charmin toilet paper is produced. "At least a third or half of my neighbors stop me and jokingly ask, 'Can I get them some?' "