Governor Kemp Extends Restrictions On Bars and Live Entertainment Facilities

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Bars, nightclubs, sports and amusement facilities will remain closed through May 31 based on the latest executive order from Gov. Kemp.

The order also extends shelter in place regulations for those over 65 and/or with underlying health problems. However, more people will be allowed in restaurants based on square footage than before. Kemp also doubled the number of children allowed  in day care facilities.

Other regulations covered summer day and overnight camps, that may open with multiple new restrictions. Face masks are “encouraged” any time an individual leaves their residences and handwashing is also being recommended at any business open to the public.

The executive order can be seen here:

https://gov.georgia.gov/executive-action/executive-orders/2020-executive-orders.

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