Clarification Regarding Georgia Shelter In Place and Emergency Executive Orders by Governor Kemp
Miller & Martin PLLC Blog | April 09, 2020
Author: David Dietrichs
In response to frequently asked questions (FAQ) from Georgia employers and workers, the State of Georgia has released a FAQ handout and other guidance meant to provide clarification in regards to Governor Kemp's Shelter in Place and Public Health State of Emergency Executive Orders concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.
For your convenience, we have provided quick links to these documents below:
- FAQ Handout: Governor Kemp's Statewide Shelter in Place Executive Order
- Executive Orders (click to access all 2020 Executive Orders):
- Renewing Public Health State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19 - ordered on April 8, 2020
- Ensuring the Safety of Employees and Residents of Nursing Homes and Long-term Care Facilities in Response to COVID-19 - ordered on April 8, 2020
- Regarding the Suspension of Short-Term Rentals to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 - ordered on April 8, 2020
- Expanding the definition of Essential Services and Clarifying Enforcement Provisions in Executive Order 04.02.20.01 - ordered on April 3, 2020
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Contact a member of Miller & Martin's Government Relations practice for more information related to the applicability of these Executive Orders for your specific situation.
For more information about the ongoing developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit Miller & Martin's Coronavirus Resources.
Tags: Georgia Executive Orders, Shelter In Place, Public Health State Of Emergency, Essential Services, COVID-19, Coronavirus