Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
There are 13,315 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Georgia and 464 deaths, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health. This makes Georgia 11th in the list of states with the most US coronavirus cases. Georgia governor Brian Kemp issued a stay-at-home order on April 1. Georgia’s first two cases of COVID-19 were residents of Fulton County who lived in the same household. We are still under the SHELTER-IN-PLACE QUARANTINE; people are to STAY SAFE, WEAR MASK, USE GLOVES and STAY 6 FEET APART in order to gain control of this virus. Most people are taking these precautions seriously, to those who are not SHAME ON YOU!
We can only gain ground on this virus if everyone does as they are supposed to do. Most importantly PRAY! ONE FOR ANOTHER.
We will have NO Thursday Meetings/or board meetings until further notice from the Georgia Department of Public Safety and president Burton Carter.
We will have NO Thursday Meetings or board meetings until further notice from the Georgia Department of Public Safety and Emergency Management.