Super Bowl LV To Be Played Feb. 7 To 20 Percent Capacity Crowd, Masks RequiredSuper Bowl LV in Tampa will be at 20 percent seating capacity according to a Twitter post by Adam Schefter. 
Cherokee County Second Grader Tests Positive For CoronavirusA Canton second grader tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the first day of school, the school district told CNN.
ATL Mayor Discusses COVID-19, Gov. Kemp Lawsuit And Biden CampaignMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms gave an update on a lawsuit Governor Brian Kemp filed against her and members of City Council during an online COVID-19 update on July 23, 2020.
Florida Officials Won't Prosecute People For Not Wearing MasksAt least two Florida counties are under curfew Saturday to fight the spread of coronavirus, just hours after the governor said officials won't punish residents for not wearing face masks.
Georgia Sets Another Coronavirus Record While Mayor And Governor Battle Over Mask MandateKemp and Bottoms have since been clashing on coronavirus guidelines, after Kemp sued the mayor over a mask mandate she ordered for the city.  Kemp previously issued an executive order nullifying local mask requirements. 
Atlanta Mayor Defies Governor, Doubles Down On City Mask RequirementAtlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms held a virtual conference on July 16, 2020, while recovering from COVID-19, providing an update on her mask requirement and other city matters.
Georgia Governor Kemp Suspends All Local Mask MandatesGeorgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday suspended all local government mask requirement and is “strongly” encouraging all Georgians wear masks instead.
Georgia Stays Course In Reopening After Coronavirus SurgeHoping to slow staggering surges in new case numbers, some states are pausing or rolling back reopening plans. Georgia is not one of them.
DeKalb County To Distribute COVID-19 SuppliesDeKalb Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) will distribute cloth masks, hand sanitizer and a limited supply of food weekly in June.
City Of Tucker To Give Masks Away To ResidentsCity of Tucker to give masks away to residents.
City of Tucker to Give Away Surgical Grade MasksMayor Frank Auman announced Friday just before his State of the City Address plans to give away more than 6,000 surgical grade masks to those who need them most in the City of Tucker. The masks, which should become available next week, will be distributed first to assisted living facilities.