Georgia to Roll Back Remaining COVID-19 Restrictions on Thursday in Favor of Guidelines

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced on Wednesday that all remaining COVID-19 restrictions in the state will be lifted on Thursday, a move that will allow businesses to return to a level of normalcy. “We are taking steps every day to return to normal. We’ve come a long way, but we had not yet finished the race. Many small business owners in our state are still struggling under the impact COVID-19 has had on our economy. And we know hard-working Jordans cannot endure another year like the last,” Kemp said in a video statement on Tuesday. “That is why beginning tomorrow. We are loosening the remaining restrictions on our economy here in Georgia.” Kemp said the state restrictions to be lifted include eliminating the ban on gathering, shelter-in-place requirements that were first put in place about a year ago, and social distancing requirements for bars, restaurants, and other places of business. The state …

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