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Kemp eases Georgia virus rules to allow sports, conventions
COVID cases see increases in state, Bulloch County
Georgia's governor is extending the suspension of the state's motor fuel tax through mid-August. - photo by Associated Press
ATLANTA – Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is lifting more health-related restrictions that stemmed from COVID-19, allowing spectator sports and live performance venues to reopen and conventions to resume on July 1, subject to some restrictions.
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