America First Update: Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina to Reopen Most Businesses
Continuing the trend of more states reopening their economies, the states of Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina are set to reopen most businesses either this week or next.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that most businesses will be allowed to reopen as early as this Friday; among the types of businesses that will be permitted to open again are gyms, hair salons, barbers, and bowling alleys, among others.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster rescinded a previous executive order limiting businesses to only curbside services, while Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said that the statewide stay-at-home order will expire on April 30th, with some businesses being able to open as early as Monday the 27th.
The news follows the decision by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to reopen his state’s economy last week, and is the latest sign that the Coronavirus curve has already flattened in all of these states, as well as many others across the country.
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