Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced a three-phase approach to relaxing the shelter-in-place order in his state. During the Capitol briefing on April 20th, Gov Kemp declared that on April 24th several types of business — fitness centers, beauty salons, barbershops, body and art studios, and bowling alleys — will be allowed to open for business.
Phase Two is planned for April 27th and involves movie theaters, private social clubs, and diners. It is expected that both staff and guests will still follow certain quarantine restrictions. Bars, nightclubs, amusement clubs, and schools will stay closed until further notice.
It is still unknown which companies are about to open on those dates. This heavily depends on the amount of cleaning and sanitation procedures that the owners will have to follow before welcoming their customers back.
Last weekend Gov Kemp allowed drive-in movie theaters to continue operating.He also mentioned the importance of embracing technology that helps the society to stay alert about Coronavirus. Infrared heat-seeking devices when you walk through a certain establishment”, reports Deadline.