Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order June 11 that relaxes more restrictions put in place since April to stem the spread of Covid-19, including no limits on the number of dine-in customers at restaurants, allowing for conventions to resume and reopening live performance venues.
Effective July 1, Live performance venues may reopen for business if they comply with specific criteria based on whether they are designated Tier I (hosting up to 999 people); Tier II (hosting up to 4,999 people), or Tier III (hosting more than 5,000). Restrictions advised include empty seats between patrons to meet social distancing protocol and, if possible, installing plexiglass at ticket counters and concession stands.
Testing for COVID-19 is now available to anyone who wants it.
There are now 342,438 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 7,674 deaths in Georgia, according to new data released @ 3 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. At least 30,541 cases have required hospitalization.
We encourage everyone to support their favorite local artists on social media, many are performing from their homes and have digital tip/donation jars. Buy their music, merch, and let them know you care. Please everyone do your part, follow the guidelines and Stay Safe!
Some links to help keep you informed through these trying times:
- John Hopkins Univ. Global Dashboard
- State of Georgia Daily Status
- Covid-19 Projections
- United States Covid-19 Status
– Your Atlanta Blues Society Board of Directors