Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung spoke with Boston Public Radio on Tuesday about Massachusetts Governor Baker's four phase reopening response.

"We have scientists reacting to the plan saying they think Baker is still going a little fast, while business owners, whether it's restaurants or gyms, are pretty upset that they won't be in the first stage, which started yesterday," she said. "Baker has been criticized for going too fast and going too slow, so he's in a no win situation right now."

Most business owners are happy with Gov. Baker's decision to shut down the economy to contain the virus, Leung noted.

"I think the frustration is just really in the last few weeks, knowing that there's going to be a reopening day," she said. "They would've liked more advanced notice, the ones in the first stage wanted a little more time to prepare."