Governor Brian Kemp announced last week that he was extending current COVID-19 restrictions. Those restrictions were set to end yesterday, but now have been extended through the end of the month.
According to a news release from his office, the renewed order is set to take effect on Monday, November 16 – the date it was previously set to expire.
The extension comes as case numbers and hospitalizations hit new daily records nationwide.
He also reiterated his previous guidance from October, where he encouraged Georgians to wear a mask, social distance, follow public health guidance and get a flu shot.