ATLANTA, GA — Gov. Brian Kemp is warning of another potential outbreak across Georgia. On Tuesday he visited, Albany’s main hospital, which had so many sick patients that nurses were told to continue working even if they tested positive for COVID-19, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The governor made an appearance to thank the efforts that had been made to contain the virus in southwest Georgia. He also toured a 24-bed mobile hospital unit on site.

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