Gwinnett parents report technical problems
Parents are venting frustration over issues that arose during a stress test of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ eClass online learning system on Monday — just two days before school is set to begin in an all digital format. The issue, parents said, is that they and their children could... Read more
Georgia among states pushing reimbursement to seniors over virus fraud
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr and 43 of his colleagues around the country are urging Congress to make elderly victims of fraud eligible for federal assistance during the coronavirus pandemic. The bipartisan group of attorneys general is pushing to include a provision for senior fraud victims in the latest... Read more
Positive tests reported at 3 Houston County schools
Officials at Houston County’s public schools on Monday said students at three of its campuses had been alerted of possible coronavirus exposures. In an emailed statement sent to area news outlets, a school system spokeswoman said individuals at Shirley Hills Elementary in Warner Robins and Perry High and Perry Middle... Read more
Georgia Tech students move into dorms amid COVID fears
Georgia Tech first-year students began moving into campus living on Saturday, in a process unlike any that freshmen before them have experienced. Students and parents were undergoing a drive-thru check-in process before they could move into rooms on a campus where masks were ubiquitous and on-site COVID-19 testing was being... Read more
State reports 4,400 new COVID cases
The Georgia Department of Public Health reported 213,427 cumulative COVID-19 cases Saturday, up by 4,423 new cases in 24 hours. Read the full article: Macon Telegraph Read more

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