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  • Starlancer93 said:

    Exactly so.I will continue to ride my motorcycle. I am not "traveling" TO anywhere, and certainly will neither infect nor be infected by anyon…

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  • EKSBuford said:

    Please just stay home 🙏...as an employee at a company called essential, I don't believe that citizens of Gwinnett are taking this seriously. R…

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  • BAnderson72 said:

    Be smart and stay at home if you can, but this is a threat with no teeth and he knows it. The general wording of the order allows for much fle…

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  • Buzzster said:

    Marshall law is a video game character, Martial law is what you're looking for

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  • mbeaudreau said:

    Just a thought, but it would be helpful to have daily trends as part of the article and not just raw #'s. In other words, compare the current …

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  • Clementhyme said:

    I agree, but unfortunately, as you can see from other comments there are too many others who still think it's a hoax...even after the idiot we…

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  • Gwinnett Mom said:

    I have a question about riding your bicycle in Gwinnett county. In one of the sections in the local emergency Order it states that All Non-ess…

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  • RCulpepper said:

    Absolutely ridiculous. This comes across as Marshall law. How does an officer determine whether or not someone is being reckless. Get oulled o…

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    "Except for in the most extreme circumstances, we do not have the authority to control the movement of US citizens within our borders, and fra…

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  • peterhoover1956 said:

    "Failure to complete the form and failure to follow any isolation or quarantine order from DOH are a violation of Florida law." How do the aut…

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  • JustWorried said:

    Have to wonder about a store that sells adult items being considered an Essential Business and open after midnight.....

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  • hpytravlr said:

    Ralston was always against the Teacher Pay Raise. This is his excuse to not do it.

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  • chaz.grant said:

    Great read Coach Jenkins! I can almost hear your voice while reading these articles haha. Hope all is well

    -Chaz Grant

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  • Shark999 said:

    So they’ve essentially canceled Easter, just like their Chinese counterparts. And anyone who doesn’t think there property taxes aren’t going u…

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  • TeamAdore said:

    [sad] my husband and I are NICU parents at Northside Gwinnett and it’s very hard and we are hurting as well not being able to Love and Hold ou…

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  • soulmanatl said:

    Do we really need to bundle up though? It's going to be in the 80s Saturday, I'd rather not have a heat stroke in my home or over tax the elec…

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  • cteach said:

    "Gwinnett County residents are being ordered to not only bundle up in their homes, but to stay in them, until 11:59 p.m. on April 13 because o…

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  • guest33 said:

    I wish the restaurants closed. My son works at a pizza place and refuses to quit. People can get food at grocery stores.

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  • Tams said:

    Can you please stay inside and Not come out to greet you Postal Carrier. We are trying to stay safe ourselves so we can continue to deliver yo…

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  • Kimcgolf said:

    Thank God real estate firms are allowed to keep operating when many businesses employing people who live check to check are forced to close. G…

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  • Joel Kight said:

    There is an interactive map in the story. You can hover over Walton County and it shows that there are zero confirmed cases at this time.Thank you.

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  • booksmart said:

    GCPS will continue to make erratic decisions about employee work schedules. They won't pay any attention to what the state says-Mr. Wilbanks w…

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  • getoverit said:

    WHY is this guy even still in office. he is the one personally responsible for guilty child molesters and criminals going free. he is the won …

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  • booksmart said:

    I am sure we can count on GCPS to move away from the (logical) state decisions that make so much sense in light of this health crisis. GCPS de…

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  • Stranger said:

    I don't see what the problem is. She's done what you'd expect and exactly what the governor did. Allow other leaders to make localized decisio…

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  • Tyman said:

    I'm not sure why the media and others say the evidence is only "anecdotal" or not there.I've seen numerous news stories about it by people who…

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  • CSFiles said:

    In Gwinnett County, Georgia, thousands if not tens of thousands of votes were thrown out for a questionable signature. This is done not by a h…

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  • Lectrice said:

    Charolette Nash don’t care about the People cause she should have done what Mayor Bottoms did in Atlanta shutdown Bars, Restaurant. It’s gonna…

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  • Wanda Babb said:

    I have been following everything. I have isolated myself as best I could. My house burned up I am staying in a Hotel. The rooms are self conta…

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  • getoverit said:

    Good job governor, I like that he is leaving the decision to close a restaurant up to the restaurant!

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  • BernietheB said:

    [smile] Good move! Keeping the parks open so residents can still get some exercise and fresh air, but at the same time closing off those areas…

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  • HeyJudyArts said:

    Close all parks.Limiting hours from sunrise to sunset? These are the normal operating hours for the majority of Gwinnett County Parks. No chan…

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  • Pdmacahoe said:

    Funny she threatens to shut it all down which they should have done from the begining like the other mayors and governors who care for their c…

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  • Shelley said:

    He needs to take this more seriously. There are private schools still trying to stay open while the rest of the state is listening to experts.…

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  • booksmart said:

    Thank you for saying what we were all thinking and for sharing your experience. These kids depend on the kindness of people like you. Bless you.

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  • Ctopher said:

    If GCPS closes to EVERYONE then what happens to our students who will go hungry? GCPS is trying to do the best they can in this impossible sit…

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  • Ctopher said:

    Employees are not being made to report to school! We are allowed and encouraged to stay home if we do not feel comfortable or are not feeling …

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  • Ctopher said:

    Speaking as one of the employees out delivering food I find this comment very ignorant! There are children in our county that only get to eat …

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    And who is going to pay the rent for those businesses forced to close? How about wages including those who are self employed? We are well and …

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  • Atlguy10 said:

    They could serve a seven course meal and someone could complain. Why not say thank you for thinking about the kids that don't get to eat? Try …

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  • Concerned!! said:

    Why are the office staff who have to report being treated as expendable??? The expendable employees are leaving the safety of their homes to e…

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  • booksmart said:

    Are you kidding me? GCPS puts hard working employees on the front line and you are not happy with the lunches?!!!!? Wow I think you are missin…

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  • AmiB said:

    [thumbdown]why bring the lunches if your going to serve garbage? Kids are getting pbj apples and a milk. Nothing hot. If the intention is to p…

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  • Tweetybird said:

    I just want to say I'm so sorry for your loss. It's so hard to loose someone anyone it doesnt matter what that person was to you father, husba…

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    I'd venture to guess that they will still require tenants to pay their rent even though they have been forced to close.

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  • OedipusTax said:

    The lust of the climate change zealots won't let a real crisis go by without attempting to further scare the public with their propaganda, lie…

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  • Concerned Citizen said:

    Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday ordered public schools and colleges closed from Wednesday until at least March 31, after lawmakers ratified his week…

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  • I have concerns said:

    This is a joke. Look at the picture of the at-risk employee. How do you practice social distancing if you're handing out lunches? WHY ARE SOME…

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  • booksmart said:

    All school buildings need to be completely closed-to EVERYONE. GCPS continues to show how little they care about their employees wellbeing in …

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  • Hope Alive said:

    This is very very disturbing to hear. GCPS please do better. These staff members are at much at risk as anyone else. They should NOT be requir…

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  • I have concerns said:

    Why are some employees allowed to work from home but not all? Why is GCPS putting school bus drivers and nutrition workers at risk? Why is GCP…

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  • Mastini1 said:

    GCPS has always been this way ! It truly shows how much they care about the employees, which most of them are Gwinnett County citizens and par…

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  • leahdevon said:

    ALL school employees should be able to work from home! Why should certain employees be asked to put themselves at risk?

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    I don't see anything about placing quantity limits on those items to prevent the hoarding causing the shortages in the first place!

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  • GwinnettResident13 said:

    I agree. ALL EMPLOYEES should be off, not just some. They all have families and Governor Kemp has shutdown schools for a reason. It's not fair…

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  • booksmart said:

    Yes, once again GCPS Administration is showing how little they truly care about what is going on at the school level, or with employees in gen…

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  • MoonChild12 said:

    I do not understand why GCPS District Staff are still reporting to offices. If the schools are closed to comply with the Governor's Executive …

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  • gwinnettproud said:

    Can someone explain to me why the GCPS bus drivers, principals and district staff reporting to offices when the Governor has declared a state …

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  • gwinnettproud said:

    [angry] Can someone explain to me why the GCPS bus drivers, principals and district staff reporting to offices when the Governor has declared …

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  • booksmart said:

    GCPS is not taking this health crisis seriously-ALL employees should be staying home, not just a select group. We need to be on the same page!

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  • McDonaldtRump said:

    Just got one from Lilburn and threw it promptly in the trash. Not enforceable by law, won't affect renewal, or registration. I learned from th…

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  • StephensonPI said:

    Sir, Do you still feel that way? We have a global pandemic without foreseeable end, and we were not prepared because of the intentional cuts t…

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  • getoverit said:

    Who did they think were supposed to attend the performances?????? All the kids and the parents of those asked to say at home.........

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  • booksmart said:

    GCPS seems to think that Classified employees are expendable. That is why they are in the building every day despite this request from the Governor.

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  • Dawn said:

    Does this also include teachers who work for the Juvenile Detention Centers in Georgia?

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  • Kiki said:

    Gwinnett schools aren’t closed! Thousands of employees are being told they must report! Teachers are maybe 20 % of employees. And those requir…

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    Wow, the guy who believed an island could tip over is going to talk about Covid-19! I suppose he'll tell us the Klingons created the virus to …

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    "By almost any measure — economic, technological, medical — today’s young people are literally living in the best time in the history of plane…

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  • Stephen Lykins said:

    "lifts restrictions on commercial vehicle operations such as hours of operation, weight, height and lengths" - height, weight an length restri…

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  • Tandemdevil said:

    What about the older waiter with an underlying health condition? Should we still go in to work? Where's the other side to the contagion coin? …

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  • getoverit said:

    Trying to get a handle on exactly how this is going to work. State says students "STAY HOME", but come back with the masses to get food...........

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  • peterhoover1956 said:

    She's bitching because she can't get tested? I am also sick and can't get test. Why does she belive she is entitled? Clue: She's Not.

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  • getoverit said:

    And once again the current "hoarders" out there will be the first to start crying "test me, test me" and ruin it for the rest of our country........

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  • Starlancer93 said:

    Exactly so.I will continue to ride my motorcycle. I am not "traveling" TO anywhere, and certainly will neither infect nor be infected by anyon…

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  • EKSBuford said:

    Please just stay home 🙏...as an employee at a company called essential, I don't believe that citizens of Gwinnett are taking this seriously. R…

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