Gov. Brian Kemp has issued a statewide shelter-in-place order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Here are some frequently asked questions surrounding the order and answers supplied by the governor’s office:
ATLANTA – Denial, fear, anxiety and worry have been the constant companions of Dr. Colleen Kraft and her colleagues at Emory University Hospital in recent weeks.
Amid the push to curb coronavirus, a statewide shelter-in-place order that will shutter in-person patronizing of bars, gyms, restaurants, theaters and many other activities is set to begin at 6 p.m. Friday and last through April 13.
ATLANTA - Georgia will be placed under a statewide shelter-in-place order starting Friday through April 13 as coronavirus infections have brought the state’s hospitals to a tipping point, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday.
As many of you who have read this paper, met me at your door or visited my website or Facebook page are aware, I am an Independent candidate for State House District 129. The current occupant of this seat has run unopposed for the last three elections (as do most of our state legislators) and I decided that I would make an effort to give her some competition. I did so knowing that I would have to collect at least 2000 signatures from registered voters in the district. It seemed like an unfair requirement, but it is the law and it wasn’t a surprise.Read more
Jones County schools have been closed since March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic and will remain closed at least until April 24 per an order from Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.Read more