Governor Brian Kemp has renewed Georgia’s state of public health emergency and extended COVID restrictions statewide.
On Friday, Kemp signed a decree renewing the state of emergency until April 6. He signed another order extending COVID restrictions until March 15 with minor changes.
The changes in COVID restrictions include an updated quarantine protocol to reflect the latest CDC guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated or have recently recovered from COVID-19. The ordinance also specifies that any establishment that can be considered both a bar and a venue for live entertainment must comply with the bar guidelines set out in the decree. And that creates a definition of the term “organization”.
To view the governor’s decrees, click here.
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