GA Governor Issues Statewide “Shelter In Place”
Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, has issued a statewide “Shelter-in-place order” to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This decision comes as the number of COVID-19 cases in the state climbed to more than 4,600 with a death toll at 139.
The order will be published Thursday and take effect this Friday through April 13th. Governor Kemp also announced that all public schools K-12 will shut down for the remainder of the school year.