Georgia & Mississippi Issues Shelter-In-Place Orders
As the cases of COVID-19 grows nationwide, Governors are responding to help protect residents within their respective states. According to NBC News, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp have both issued shelter-in-place orders.
Georgia's shelter-in-place order goes into effect from Friday through April 13. Public grade schools will also be closed for the rest of the academic year. Kemp is expected to sign both orders Thursday. Mississippi issued a similar order for it's residents.
As of right now, Tuscaloosa is under a 24-hour curfew, and statewide we have over 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
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Exceptions to Tuscaloosa's 24-Hour Curfew