Georgia Gov. Brian KempBrian KempAtlanta Mayor issues order to expand voting access Psaki rejects Fox reporter claim of ‘very similar’ Colorado and Georgia-laws MLB All-Star Game officially moved to Denver MORE (R) announced Wednesday that all remaining COVID-19 restrictions in the state will be lifted from Thursday.
“We know that hard-working Georgians cannot endure another year like the last. That is why tomorrow we will begin to loosen the remaining constraints on our economy here in Georgia, ”Kemp said in one video statement Wednesday.
This means that companies in Georgia will no longer be required to enforce social distance, the ban on gatherings will be lifted and the possibility for the authorities to close companies that violate restrictions will be removed.
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The requirement for shelter is also abolished in the state, and all proposed measures for companies will be gathered on a main list.
A large number of other states are also moving to remove the COVID-19 requirements.
Restrictions are being lifted around the country as millions of Americans are being vaccinated against coronavirus.
However, health officials are warning of a speedy reopening, saying the pandemic is not over.