Governor Brian Kemp Issues Executive Order Regarding COVID-19 Guidelines | New
ATLANTA, GA (FOX Carolina) – Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order on Friday regarding the remaining COVID-19 directive for long-term care facilities, schools and local governments.
Officials say that from May 31 to June 15, 2021, this order eliminates COVID-19 rules at the following locations.
- Live performance venues
Previous decrees have eliminated regulations for camps and sporting events, officials said.
Governor Kemp said in a press release, “As hospitalizations, cases, deaths and the percentage of positive tests continue to decline – and with the rise in vaccinations – Georgians deserve to be fully back to normal. With With safe and effective vaccines widely available and with the public well aware of all COVID-19 mitigation measures, state and local government mandates are no longer needed. “
Some guidelines remain for long-term care facilities, schools and school districts. This new executive order says schools / school districts cannot use the renewed state of public health emergency to force students and staff to wear headgear on school campuses, officials said.
The full executive decree can be found here Decrees 2021.
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