Kemp renews public health state of emergency in Georgia for fifth time
ATLANTA (WRDW/WAGT) - Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has once again extended his public health state of emergency for Georgia in his latest executive order.
The order lists several COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions such as banning social gatherings larger than 50 people.
Kemp has extended it four times since March.
Meanwhile, he is one of four governors being asked by a U.S. lawmaker to submit an overview of his state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic by Aug. 12.
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