Gov. Brian Kemp and Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey want all Georgians to do four things for four weeks to help stop the spread of COVID-19, according to a release from Kemp's office.
Every week we hear the same data on how unemployment claims are going down, but the state is still paying more people than ever before. And studies show while Georgia is recovering, it’s not happening as fast as other states.
Some educators are celebrating the state’s decision to request for standardized testing to be suspended for next year in light of the coronavirus pandemic. While it’s not official, some hope it will be.