“We have received recent reports of law enforcement stopping people to ask for a letter authorizing their travel," Kemp said in a news release addressing how essential workers do not need papers authorizing travel to and from work.
For now, the emergency declaration will extend through May 13th.
Georgia Power can extend its disconnect suspension procedures thanks to a vote Tuesday by the Georgia Public Service Commission.
A number of people still have questions about which businesses must close, how businesses may continue to operate, and where people can go. The Governor's office provided the following packet for individuals to help answer additional questions on Thursday's order.
Governor Kemp's office issued a shelter in place order for all Georgians beginning at 6:00 PM on Friday, April 3, 2020 and extending through...
It's part of a $227 million share of federal funds to all 50 states.
Governor Brian Kemp said Wednesday that public K-12 schools will not re-open this school year. "Georgia will need more time to prepare for hospital surge...
The Guardsmen will be sent to any long-term care facility - assisted living facility or nursing home - with COVID-19 cases.
HELP A FRIEND & SHARE Governor Brian Kemp and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) launched a new website Monday to inform Georgians about ways to connect to high-speed internet throughout the state.
The 1135 Medicaid and Medicare waivers are a significant step toward easing administrative burdens on Georgia hospitals and healthcare providers during this public health emergency without compromising quality of care or patient safety.