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On Friday, confirmed COVID-19 cases continued to surge, Mayor Bottoms allowed beer and wine to-go sales, and Madea even issued a plea for social distancing. Here’s your Saturday morning update.
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.
On Thursday, the state's confirmed cases surged, Mayor Bottoms closed restaurants for dining in, and Georgia's senators are facing criticism for selling and buying stocks just before the crisis started. Here’s your Friday morning update:
Looking for something to stream while social distancing? We've rounded up where you can find tons of Atlanta-filmed movies and TV shows.
On Wednesday, a state senator tested positive for COVID-19, South Fulton implemented a curfew, and metro malls shutter. Here’s your Thursday morning update.
On Tuesday, the mayor called for a $7 million assistance fund, Gwinnett County declared a state of emergency, and Matt Ryan pledged money toward food funds. Here’s your Wednesday morning update.
Former Atlanta magazine editor Rebecca Burns, on vacation in Austria last week as COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, describes what it was like to watch the disaster response unfold in two countries at once.
How are you feeling right now? Are you afraid? Are you lonely? Are your kids driving you insane? Tell us, and we may share your story in a future article.
On Monday, as many kids adjusted to being homeschooled (or just home) for the time being, we saw Georgia’s positive coronavirus cases jump and the mayor impose a new restriction on public gatherings. Here’s your Tuesday morning update.
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