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Peachtree Corners Stay At Home Order

Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners and all of county’s 16 cities issued a stay-at-home order for their respective jurisdictions, including the city of Peachtree Corners. This action was taken to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to help the community’s capacity to provide essential governmental and health care services.

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Gwinnett County Order Allows Solid Waste Haulers to Temporarily Modify Pickups

Under a local emergency order signed by Chairman Nash March 25, the following changes will be made to solid waste service in unincorporated Gwinnett:

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Kemp: Georgia public schools to remain closed through April 24

Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday ordered the continued closure of schools until at least April 24 in the ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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City of Peachtree Corners Orders Certain Businesses to Close Temporarily

In an emergency-called meeting at 3 p.m. today, the Peachtree Corners Mayor and City Council voted unanimously to pass an Emergency Ordinance calling for certain actions deemed necessary or appropriate for the public health and safety of its residents. The ordinance requires the temporary closure of certain establishments where the public gathers and where social distancing recommendations cannot be maintained. This will help slow the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus and is in place for the protection and safety of all who live and work in the city. The restrictions outlined below are in keeping with the Order issued on March 25, 2020 from Gwinnett County. All cities in Gwinnett County plan to adopt these restrictions. This Ordinance will be enforced by the Gwinnett County Police Department and the City’s Code Enforcement Department.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

The Small Business Administration (SBA) offers disaster relief loans and is including the Coronavirus outbreak as part of their coverage. The federal government has set aside $50 billion in aid to small businesses

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Gwinnett and its cities are ordering restaurants to close dining rooms, gyms and entertainment businesses to shut down

Restaurants in Gwinnett County must close their dining rooms and certain non-essential businesses must close all together if they have not already done so, because of the pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash ordered on Wednesday.

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