The continuation of the state’s stay-at-home order has drawn criticism from some concerned over the economic impact. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz says if the moves the state has made get questioned down the road, it’s ultimately a positive thing.

“If we do this right, it will appear that we did this wrong because we didn’t overwhelm the health care system,” says Walz. “It’s a bit like someone who can’t swim. If you keep them out of the water it’s debatable whether or not you kept them from drowning but had they gotten in the deep end it would have been trouble.”

Walz says he wants to get all businesses back as soon as possible, but the state needs to do it in a smart and safe way.