COVID-19: Atlanta Mayor Posts Message For Those Not Social DistancingMalls and businesses in the Atlanta are are opening, but some officials, like Mayor Keisha Bottoms, have said the openings aren't meant to be a green light to abandon social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: Atlanta Mayor Urges Residents To Stay Home, Despite Gov. Kemp's Decision To Start Re-Opening GeorgiaFollowing Governor Brian Kemp's announcement yesterday of re-opening some businesses on April 25 and 27, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms told several media outlets she disagrees with the decision.
April 1 Is "Census Day 2020": ATL Officials Urging Citizen Response Amid Coronavirus CrisisAtlanta officials urge residents to participate on April 1, 2020, National Census Day.
TAKE 3: 03/24/2020
Atlanta Mayor Issues 14-Day Stay At Home Order In Response To COVID-19Following Governor Brian Kemp's executive shelter in place order yesterday for "medically fragile" residents, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a 14-day stay at home order late Monday night.
Atlanta Mayor Issues Order: Restaurants Can Now Serve Alcohol-To-Go Amid Coronavirus FalloutMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says restaurants and bars may now add alcoholic beverages to take-out orders, in response to COVID-19.
Atlanta Mayor Issues Exec. Order Limiting Restaurants To Take-Out, Closing Bars And GymsAtlanta restaurants can no longer offer dine-in services, and bars and gyms must close in response to COVID-19, according to Mayor Lance Bottom's executive order.
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