Here's Morgan Stanley's timeline for restarting the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic

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The reopening of the U.S. economy is going to be slow and long, though it will begin this summer, according to Morgan Stanley. 

The Wall Street firm's biotechnology analyst weighed in on the coronavirus shutdown for clients, including when he believes the first wave of people will be able to go back to work and when there will be a vaccine. 

Here's the proposed timeline:

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