200 COVID-19 Beds Headed to Georgia World Congress Center

Starting immediately, the Georgia National Guard, Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, Department of Community Health, Department of Public Health, and contractors will begin to prepare GWCC for potential COVID-19 patient surge for mild to moderate (non-ICU) illness levels excluding ventilator support.

Vidalia Onions Set to Ship April 16th

For Vidalia® onion fans, spring doesn't officially start until the iconic vegetable ships to stores around the country.

Georgia Hospitals, Providers To Receive Nearly $800 Million To Aid COVID-19 Fight

The money will go to hospitals and healthcare providers enrolled in Medicare to ensure that uninsured patients are billed for care.

Perdue, Loeffler Announce Another $9.2 Million For Georgia to Fight COVID-19

The $9.2 million announced Tuesday, as well as the almost $15 million from last month, were authorized as part of the $8.3 billion “Phase One” funding package that both Perdue and Loeffler supported.

Fair Count partners with Comcast NBCUniversal in support of 2020 Census

Fair Count and Comcast NBCUniversal have announced a million-dollar national partnership encouraging participation in the 2020 Census.

Kemp to Extend Statewide Shelter in Place Thru April 30

Governor Kemp held a press conference Wednesday, accompanied by DPH Director Kathleen Toomey and GEMA Director Homer Bryson, from inside the Georgia State Capitol. Kemp...

Kemp Reiterates That Georgians Do Not Need ‘Papers’ To Travel During Shelter in Place

“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.

Kemp Announces Plans to Extend Public Health State of Emergency

For now, the emergency declaration will extend through May 13th.

Georgia Power Will Extend Suspension of Disconnects for Duration of COVID-19 Pandemic

Georgia Power can extend its disconnect suspension procedures thanks to a vote Tuesday by the Georgia Public Service Commission.

Kemp’s Office Offers Lengthy FAQ Packet on ‘Shelter in Place’ Order

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.