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Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Monday, March 30

Over the weekend, Mayor Bottoms went on CNN to discuss the virus and the governor's office reminded folks that social distancing rules still apply at the lake. Here’s your Monday morning update.
21st Century Plague: Coronavirus in Atlanta

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This wasn’t supposed to happen. This was guaranteed to happen. But to us? Now? 17 Georgians on what coronavirus has done—and what it still can do.
21st Century Plague: 17 Atlantans on what coronavirus has done, and what it still can do

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms: “It’s been difficult for me to sleep because I wake up during the night thinking about issues.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.
21st Century Plague: 17 Atlantans on what coronavirus has done, and what it still can do

Marshall Rancifer: “I wasn’t scared before, but I’m scared now.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.
21st Century Plague: 17 Atlantans on what coronavirus has done, and what it still can do

Dr. Jessica Nave: “Some of our sickest patients have been in their late 20s to late 30s. We don’t know why.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.
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Brick Store Pub co-owner Mike Gallagher: “It’s not the strongest who will survive; it’s those who are willing to adapt.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.
21st Century Plague: Coronavirus in Atlanta

Vibe Ride owner Shawn Ware: “I spent most of the day on the phone with our creditors and sending emails to landlords.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.
21st Century Plague: 17 Atlantans on what coronavirus has done, and what it still can do

Rabbi Brad Levenberg: “You don’t have to put your life on the line to be a hero. You’re a hero when you pay your yard people to not show up.”

For our 21st Century Plague project, we spoke with 17 Georgians about the toll of COVID-19.

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City of Atlanta stay at home order shelter in place coronavirus COVID-19

What the City of Atlanta’s stay at home order means

Can I walk my dog? Is the grocery store still open? What about the bank? Here's what you need to know about the Atlanta's stay at home order.
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Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Monday, March 23

Over the weekend, two more state senators were diagnosed with COVID-19, Invest Atlanta launched a new loan fund, and Magic City prepares to go virtual. Here’s your Monday morning update:
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Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Wednesday, March 25

On Tuesday, more cities enacted "stay at home" orders, the Waffle House index rose, and MARTA made some changes. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
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Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Tuesday, March 24

On Monday, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms called for Atlantans to stay at home unless absolutely necessary to leave, while Governor Brian Kemp called for only called for high-risk persons to shelter in place. Here’s your Tuesday morning update:
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Feeding employees and selling toilet paper: How one Atlanta restaurant group is trying to survive COVID-19

With thousands of dollars worth of produce and meats in their fridges, Double Zero and other Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurants were quickly trying to use up their supplies and hand out free meals to their hourly employees—who will likely be without work for the foreseeable future.
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Too little, too late? Why testing has taken so long to come online in Georgia

Testing for COVID-19 remains unevenly distributed throughout the U.S. and relatively scarce in Georgia. The reasons are complicated.
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COVID-19: How you can help those in need in Atlanta

How to help Atlanta's homeless, elderly, restaurant workers, animal shelters, and more

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Decorative trim is back—and a little Georgia factory is leading the trend

In the rarefied world of passementerie—the decorative fabric trim, tape, tassels, and cords that adorn draperies, furniture skirts, and more—Georgia’s Fringe Market has the high-end niche cornered.

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