Georgia Colleges Release Plans To Reopen Campuses For 2020-21 School YearIn response to the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across Georgia are offering mixed options for students to begin classes for Fall 2020, including in-person and virtual classes.
UPDATED: Kroger COVID-19 Update: Atlanta Division Extends Store And Fuel Center Hours, Includes Senior Shopping HoursKroger's Atlanta Division will extend store and fuel center hours and end the senior shopping hour effective May 24, 2020.
UPDATED: COVID-19: Where To Get Tested In Atlanta For CoronavirusAfter weeks of not having enough coronavirus (COVID-19) testing kits both locally and nationally, thousands are now available here in the Atlanta area. Now, officials are hoping the public will put them to use.
UPDATED: Companies Looking To Hire During The COVID-19 PandemicAs businesses close and scale back hours in response to the coronavirus, several companies are re-opening and hiring. Some announced job openings back in March and have continued hiring to fill those and additional positions.
COVID-19 Guidance For Re-Opening: CDC Releases 'Decision Tools' For Restaurants, Schools, OrganizationsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released several decision tools to provide businesses, schools and organizations with guidance as they plan to re-open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
66 COVID-19 Testing Sites Active Across GeorgiaGovernor Brian P. Kemp and the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced there are currently sixty-six active COVID-19 specimen collection sites across Georgia.
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COVID-19: Scrubs Grub Delivers Meals To Front Line Workers, Asking For DonationsScrubs Grub, a community-led effort to serve front line workers at local hospitals, is looking for donations to continue delivering meals and helping restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: Several Atlanta Restaurants To Remain Closed For Dine-In, Despite Gov. Kemp's Green Light To Re-OpenAlthough Governor Brian Kemp announced restaurants can resume dine-in service effective April 27, countless of them are opting not to do so, amid concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Kemp, Georgia Dept. Of Labor Address Unemployment OptionsGov. Kemp, Georgia Dept. of Labor address unemployment options.
COVID-19: How To Get Financial Help During The PandemicCertain organizations and agencies are offering some financial relief and hope during the COVID-19 pandemic, as people struggle to pay their bills.
COVID-19: MARTA To Implement Essential Service Plan Reducing Bus Routes, Requiring Social DistancingMARTA announces plans to implement an Essential Service plan that will focus on using the busiest routes and require social distancing.
Georgia DPH COVID-19 Update: All Symptomatic Individuals Now Eligible For Testing, More Test Sites OpenAny Georgia residents with COVID-19 symptoms can now be tested for the virus, according the the Georgia Department of Public Health.
COVID-19: Amazon Hiring 75,000 Additional Workers Due To Increased DemandOne month after announcing plans to hire 100,000 employees, Amazon officials said they are hiring an additional 75,000 workers.
COVID-19 Briefing: Gov. Kemp, Health Officials Discuss Expanded Coronavirus Testing, Hospital Surge CapacityIn a briefing on April 13, Governor Brian Kemp said his administration is currently focused on hospital surge capacity, the ability to test more people and protecting the most vulnerable citizens.