There are two primary weapons in the fight to save Georgia's economy: unemployment benefits for out-of-work individuals and Paycheck Protection Program loans for businesses. Some critics say Governor Brian Kemp’s decision to reopen quickly has blunted both.
On Tuesday, school systems discussed plans for the fall. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
During the holiday weekend, Georgians took to the great outdoors. Here’s your Tuesday morning update:
On Friday, Vice President Pence visited Atlanta and Fulton County's absentee ballot applications are backed up. Here’s your Saturday morning update:
Communicating clear, easy to read data to the public is perhaps one of the most pervasive problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. “You have a lot of very smart people producing really neat visualizations that other professionals might understand, but the general public is like, 'What the hell am I looking at? I just want to know if it's getting better or worse.'”
On Thursday, Atlanta's mayor released a five-phase plan for re-opening. Here’s your Friday morning update.
On Wednesday, the state received more criticism for how it presents its COVID-19 data. Here’s your Thursday morning update.
On Tuesday, hospitalizations for COVID-19 reached their lowest level since early April. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
Chef Günter Seeger discusses his decision to leave New York, the future of restaurants, and his resurrected role as an Atlanta chef.
On Monday, Morehouse College announced layoffs and furloughs and Delta announced it would resume some international routes. Here’s your Tuesday morning update.