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Early Voting Starts Today, May 18th Here's How

How to vote early in Gwinnett County for Georgia’s June primary

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Gwinnett schools to hold virtual graduations in May, traditional ceremonies in July — if possible

Gwinnett County Public Schools seniors will have to participate in their graduations over the computer in May, but district officials are not ruling out the possibility of traditional ceremonies taking place sometime over the summer if the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has subsided by then. The district announced on Friday that it plans to hold virtual graduation ceremonies this spring because of the outbreak. Traditional ceremonies could be held in July, but that is not set in stone just yet.

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Georgia primary delayed again to June 9 during coronavirus emergency

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Thursday postponed Georgia’s primary election for three weeks, until June 9, as the coronavirus spreads, poll workers quit and voters worry about getting sick at precincts.

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CVS Health Opens Drive-Thru Rapid COVID-19 Testing Site at Georgia Tech

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that the State of Georgia has joined forces with CVS Health to increase access to rapid COVID-19 testing.

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COVID-19 Hotline Established for Gwinnett County

A COVID-19 Gwinnett Emergency Order Hotline call center has been established by the Department of Planning and Development.

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Georgia Ranked Well - State Economies Most Exposed to Coronavirus

Some states are better positioned economically to deal with the coronavirus pandemic than others. To find out the states whose economies are most exposed to COVID-19, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 10 unique metrics.

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