Chemical Free Body

BREAKING: Georgia Governor Says Businesses like Gyms, Barbers & Salons Will be Allowed to Reopen Friday, Others to Follow

Finally a Governor with some common sense has emerged. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced just now that Georgia Salons, Barbers, Gyms, and Hair Stylists can open on Friday April 24th.

This is a huge move as Americans across the nation are starting to hold rallies as they’re tired of the tyrannical stay at home orders from Governors across the land.

According to Kemp, theaters, restaurants will be allowed to open on Monday, April 27.

“Throughout this entire process, from creating the coronavirus task force to today, we have relied on data, science, and the advice of health care professionals to guide our approach and decision-making,” Kemp said.

“We have been surgical, methodical, and tactical — always putting the health and well-being of our citizens first.”

Bars, nightclubs, live performance venues will remain closed until further notice.

Elderly and at risk populations encouraged to continue sheltering-in-place through May 13th.

Gov. Kemp says local action from cities and counties cannot be more or less restrictive than this plan outlined by the state.

Churches will be allowed to resume in-person services, but asked to maintain social distancing. Hospitals will be able to resume elective medical procedures that had been put off during the response to the pandemic.

Gov. Kemp says business that will reopen will not be operating with”business as usual” he’s calling for extra precautions like masks, gloves, social distancing and more.

The governor plans to release more information about businesses reopening later this week.

What are your thoughts on Georgia firing the first shot of reopening America?

0 0 vote
Article Rating

You Might Like

Leave a Reply

1 Comment
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Tom Smith
Tom Smith
8 months ago

I still like the Governor of S. Dakota much better.

×
1
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
%d bloggers like this: