COVID-19 in Georgia: What Gov. Kemp's Statewide Shelter In Place Order Means For YouGeorgia's executive shelter in place order breaks down allowable and prohibited activities while the order is in effect.
BREAKING: COVID-19: Georgia Gov. Orders Statewide Shelter In Place, Closes K-12 Schools For Rest Of School YearGovernor Brian Kemp said in a press conference today the ongoing coronavirus outbreak is now calling for more aggressive measures, including a statewide shelter in place and closing schools for the rest of the year.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp, University System of Georgia Announce Coronavirus Testing Ramp-UpGovernor Brian Kemp announced a new capacity plan the administration said will allow labs to process 3,000 coronavirus tests per day.
COVID-19: Georgia National Guard Deploys Medical Support Teams to Fight CoronavirusGovernor Brian Kemp authorizes 2,000 Georgia National Guard troops to help fight COVID-19.
BREAKING: COVID-19 Exec. Order: Gov. Kemp Closes K-12 Public Schools Through April 24Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order on March 26, 2020, closing all K-12 public schools through April 24, 2020.
Live Coverage: Atlanta's CW69 To Air Gov. Kemp's Coronavirus Town Hall on March 26CW69 will join other local stations to broadcast live coverage of Governor Brian Kemp's Statewide Town Hall on March 26 at 8 p.m.
Gov. Kemp Issues Exec. Shelter-In-Place Order For Certain Individuals, Closes All Bars And RestaurantsA shelter-in-place will go into effect at noon on March 24 for individuals considered to have an increased risk of contracting COVID-19, Governor Brian Kemp announced in a press conference today.
Gov. Kemp, DDS Announce 60-Day Extension On Expiring Driver's Licenses, ID CardsAs part of an emergency operation plan, the DDS will cease in-person operations until further notice, and many Georgians with expiring driver's licenses and ID cards will get a 60-day extension, according to the DDS.
Gov. Kemp's COVID-19 Update: No Plans To Issue Statewide Quarantines, Business Closures At This TimeGovernor Brian Kemp said he's leaving it up to the localities on whether to issue mandatory quarantines, business closures, or a shelter-in-place, indicating there are no current plans to make statewide requirements.