Kemp Signs New Executive Order on July 31

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a new Executive Order July 31st, extending restrictions and safety precautions related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Public Health State of Emergency was extended through September 10, 2020. Social distancing requirements remain in place, as does a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people unless there is a space of at least six feet between each person. Restrictions and guidelines for restaurants and other businesses are extended through August 15th. Sheltering in place is still required for those living in long term care facilities and the medically fragile.

You can view the Governor’s press release at the link below: