Neel Kashkari put forward his two cents in a New York Times op-ed Friday.
Gov. Tim Walz has announced his plans for the reopening of bars and restaurants.
It won't use city resources to enforce the governor's executive orders.
They had been shut down during the Stay at Home order.
He's expected to announce guidance for the reopening of Minnesota restaurants and bars.
The governor is expected to lay out plans for reopening dine-in service.
Gov. Tim Walz is expected to reveal his plan for the reopening of restaurants, bars, and salons.
The new rules come into effect on Monday.
Gatherings of 10 or fewer people will be permitted from Monday.
He is imploring Minnesotans to stick with social distancing guidelines.
Malls are allowed to re-open from Monday.
Some bars opened almost immediately after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ended the state's Safer at Home order.
They'll be able to operate at 50% capacity.
The lifting of the Stay at Home order allows for more outdoor recreation.
The orders align with the governor's announcements made Wednesday evening.
The peacetime emergency is being extended to June 12.
The governor is addressing Minnesota on Wednesday evening.
There will also be an update on the state's models in the morning.
The governor says Minnesota is still facing the worst of the virus.
The governor has to decide whether the Stay at Home order will be extended, possibly through the end of May.
Owners are planning on defying the state's temporary shutdown of dine-in service at restaurants.
It's the latest 'turn of the dial' on Gov. Tony Evers' Stay at Home order.
Gov. Tim Walz hinted at the possibility on Thursday.
The lawsuit claims the orders "selectively" shut down the economy and violate their rights.