Georgia’s governor is removing many remaining requirements for social distancing and masked employees from businesses, saying that the state’s efforts to control COVID-19 have... Gov. Kemp lifts many COVID rules on businesses

Georgia’s governor is removing many remaining requirements for social distancing and masked employees from businesses, saying that the state’s efforts to control COVID-19 have been successful even as its vaccination rate lags and federal officials continue to warn that the infection rates remain relatively high. While Gov. Brian Kemp was touring the Mexican border in Texas on Friday, the Republican’s office released a new executive order that takes effect Saturday and runs through May 30.

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