Mayor Hardie Davis said Gov. Brian Kemp’s COVID-19 precautions are “not sufficient” after Kemp said Augusta’s new mask order was unenforceable. “The mask requirement aligns... Augusta mayor says Kemp order ‘not sufficient’ to curb COVID

Mayor Hardie Davis said Gov. Brian Kemp’s COVID-19 precautions are “not sufficient” after Kemp said Augusta’s new mask order was unenforceable. “The mask requirement aligns with recommendations of public health officials and takes action to protect all Augustans and slow the spread of coronavirus,” Davis said. “The governor’s encouragement is not sufficient to save lives and ensure that the current surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths does not overload our healthcare systems.”

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