HARRISBURG. (AP) – Pennsylvania will gradually reopen its economy using a “regional, sector-based approach” and a modeling tool that will help public officials decide when it’s safe. That’s according to a plan outlined by Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday. The plan does not include a timetable or many details about the metrics that Wolf and his administration will use to decide that Pennsylvania can begin emerging from the coronavirus pandemic. Wolf says more details will come next week. He adds, “There is no magic wand to wave to get us back to where we want to be.” Wolf’s plan comes a day after President Donald Trump, pressing to restart the ravaged U.S. economy, gave governors a road map for economic recovery.