Amid Anxiety, Georgia Lets Close-Contact Businesses Reopen

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's timeline to restart the economy proved too ambitious even for President Trump, who said he “disagreed strongly” with the fellow Republican's plan.

  • Published 24 April 2020

[template id="245201"] SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Some businesses took the first steps toward reopening in Georgia on Friday as the Republican governor eased a month-long shutdown amid experts’ warnings of a potential new surge in coronavirus infections and a potent objection from President Donald Trump. In Atlanta, a WSB-TV reporter tweeted a photo of a man getting a haircut - he was among the first customers at a barber shop that was reopening. A bowling… Read at AP News