Shelter In Place Restrictions Lifted As Kemp Releases New Covid-19 Guidelines For Georgia

A new executive order in the state’s fight against the coronavirus has been issued by Gov Kemp. The governor announced today that those who are 65 years and older are no longer required to shelter in place, effective immediately, unless they are living in long-term care facilities or if they are medically fragile. Anyone who… Keep Reading

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Phase 1 Opening of State of Georgia Begins, Says Governor Brian Kemp

Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday that certain businesses can reopen this week in a move that starts the State of Georgia toward returning to normal. He’s also allowing the shelter-in-place order to expire at the end of the month. **According to an influential model cited by the White House, from the Institute for Health Metrics… Keep Reading

Gov. Kemp Releases Statewide Shelter-In-Place Order

Gov. Brian Kemp has released his statewide shelter-in-place order. The order will go into effect at 6 p.m. Friday April 3rd until 11:59pm Monday April 13th. The order requires Georgians to remain at home unless conducting or participating in essential services, performing necessary travel or are part of the workforce for critical infrastructure. [READ: Guidance and… Keep Reading

City of Newnan Approves Ordinance of Additional Emergency Measures for COVID-19

NEWNAN CITY COUNCIL APPROVES ORDINANCE FOR ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY MEASURES FOR LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY RELATED TO COVID-19   Newnan City Council has approved emergency measures related to COVID-19 during their Special Called Council meeting on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. The ordinance goes into effect at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2020, and will end… Keep Reading

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