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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to allow gyms, bowling alleys, hair and nail salons, massage therapists and more to reopen their doors as early as Friday, April 24

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to allow gyms, bowling alleys, hair and nail salons, massage therapists and more to reopen their doors as early as Friday, April 24,

Some Georgia businesses that have been shut down for weeks now, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will be allowed to reopen later this week. Also, the statewide shelter-in-place order will be ending at the end of the month, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to allow gyms, bowling alleys, hair and nail salons, massage therapists and more to reopen their doors as early as Friday, April 24, if they adhere to social distancing measures and hygiene requirements.

He added that theaters, private social clubs & restaurant dine-in services can reopen on Monday, April 27.

Governor Kemp tweeted: "Due to favorable data & more testing, gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barbers, cosmetologists, hair designers, nail care artists, estheticians, their respective schools & massage therapists can reopen Friday, April 24 with Minimum Basic Operations. #gapol.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to allow gyms, bowling alleys, hair and nail salons, massage therapists and more to reopen their doors as early as Friday, April 24,

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