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Restaurants in Gwinnett County must close their dining rooms and certain non-essential businesses must close all together if they have not already done so, because of the pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash ordered on Wednesday.

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Officials in Peachtree Corners and Lilburn declared states of emergency in recent days, joining a growing list of Gwinnett County cities who have done so as the outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 continues to spread in Georgia and around the world.

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Peachtree Corners is significantly scaling back operations at its City Hall, but will not totally close it to the public as other communities have done during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.

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An announcement from state Sen. Brandon Beach, R-Alpharetta, that he had tested positive for the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 sent shockwaves through the Georgia Senate Wednesday night, triggering Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan to go into self-quarantine and a call from Senate leaders for the entire chamber to do the same.

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The Lawrenceville City council voted Wednesday afternoon to declare a state of emergency in the city, authorizing city leaders to take extraordinary measures to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 and help businesses affected by the outbreak.

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Northside Hospital and Eastside Medical Center have instituted new measures to limit access to their campuses in an effort to prevent the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 from spreading to their patients.

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Churches around Georgia are being asked by state officials to cancel worship services and residents are encouraged to engage in social distancing after the state saw its largest 24-hour increase in the number of new cases of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gov. Brian Kemp announced as he declared a public health emergency on Saturday morning.

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Georgia is building a new facility in the middle part of the state to house quarantined patients who have tested positive for the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gov. Brian Kemp's office announced on Friday.

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Gov. Brian Kemp urged Georgia residents to “come up with a game plan” for protecting their elderly loved ones and those with chronic health issues as concerns mount over a potential outbreak of coronavirus in the state.

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Gov. Brian Kemp notified the General Assembly Wednesday he is adding $100 million to this year’s state budget to deal with the impacts of coronavirus on Georgia.

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Legislation introduced into the state Senate this week is calling for more sunshine when lawmakers draw new congressional and legislative district maps next year based on the 2020 Census.

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A federal District Court judge rejected a request from civil rights groups who were seeking to force Gwinnett County to open its satellite early voting sites this week for the presidential preference primary election.

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