Gov. Brian Kemp defended Thursday the lack of a statewide shutdown, citing the impact it would have on counties which are reporting no cases... Gov. Kemp defends not ordering statewide shutdown

Gov. Brian Kemp defended Thursday the lack of a statewide shutdown, citing the impact it would have on counties which are reporting no cases of COVID-19. During a televised town hall, Kemp said local elected officials can make the best decisions for their areas but the governor must take into consideration the economic impact a shutdown would have on the entire state.

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