ATLANTA - Once Georgia’s statewide shelter-in-place order goings into effect, certain businesses will not be allowed to operate, and large gatherings will be forbidden.
Gov. Brian Kemp’s executive order starts at 6 p.m. on Friday forcing non-essential businesses to close and limiting groups to less than 10 people if they practice social distancing.
The state does have a way of reporting those not in compliance with that order.
Those wishing to file a complaint can go to https://gov.georgia.gov/contact-us/constituent-services
Once there, tipsters should fill out the form making sure to include the offending business or organization’s name, address, telephone number, county, and give specifics about the violation.
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