Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s decision to reopen some of the state’s businesses as soon as Friday amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic drew strong reactions.
Even Kemp did not hold back in speaking his mind: “I don’t give a damn about politics right now.”
Kemp announced Monday gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barbers, cosmetologists, nail technicians and beauty schools are among the businesses that will be able to open Friday.
Theaters, private social clubs and dine-in restaurants will be able to reopen April 27 with some restrictions…
Georgia Center for Opportunity Vice President of Public Policy Buzz Brockway: “We applaud Gov. Kemp for laying the groundwork today for the reopening of Georgia’s economy in a way that protects health and safety.”