State of Emergency, COVID-19 Restrictions Extended

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued a new Executive Order June 29, 2020, extending the public health state of emergency to Aug. 11. The order also extended the shelter-in-place mandate for the medically fragile and residents of long-term care facilities to July 15. Coronavirus restrictions for businesses and restaurants that were set to expire July 1 have also been extended for two weeks.

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