The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
Gov. Brian Kemp extended some coronavirus restrictions Tuesday as he eased other limits imposed during the pandemic, setting the stage for summer camps to reopen and some state employees to return to offices within a week.
The governor ordered bars, nightclubs and live performance venues to remain shuttered through the end of May, which he said will “enhance health outcomes” and give owners more time to prepare to reopen.
And he renewed dozens of regulations covering an array of other businesses that were set to expire Wednesday, such as social-distancing requirements and limits on large gatherings.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp reopened his state earlier than most. Now federal officials are worried the state may not have enough ICU beds to handle an uptick in sick patients. https://t.co/nKHExiypHK
— Rui Kaneya (@ruikaneya) May 12, 2020
Gov. Kemp extends closure of nightclubs, live performance venues to end of May https://t.co/2JSU5j3wG0
— wtoc11 (@WTOC11) May 13, 2020