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Kemp lifts shelter in place order except for elderly and ‘medically fragile’

Gov. Brian Kemp has lifted his shelter in place order for all but the most threatened Georgians. The measure will expire at 11:59 p.m. tonight. The elderly and medically-fragile must remain sheltered until June 12. Restaurants and many other businesses are green-lighted to open. Bars, nightclubs, public swimming pools. live performance venues and amusement parks/rides remain shuttered until 11:59 p.m. on May 13. Social distancing and other rules are in place and the governor recommended the wearing of masks. UPDATE: This does not affect court operations which are under a judicial emergency order until May 13. Superior court, probate court and magistrate court will continue to operate as they are now until then.

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