Gov. Brian Kemp renewed orders late Wednesday to keep Georgia’s current social distancing and safety rules imposed through the end of July to discourage the spread of coronavirus in place for businesses, schools and public gatherings.
Georgia has streamlined its proposal to the feds for a waiver on health insurance rules, and has postponed its launch till 2022.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., will make stops in Rome and Cartersville Friday on her “All About Georgia” campaign tour.
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