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1)  Georgia Corona Data

2)  Georgia Dept of Veterans Service

Slide 12 of 51: > Cumulative COVID-19 cases as of June 25: 59 per 100,000 people -- the lowest (total: 835) > COVID-19-related deaths as of June 25: 1 per 100,000 people -- the lowest (total: 17) > Total tests administered as of June 25: 83,301 > Change in trailing 7-day avg. daily cases, June 17 - June 24: 10.7% -- 24th biggest increase (from 740 to 819) > Est. peak date: 3/22/2020 (est. 66 active infections) > Population: 1,420,491 The state lifted the 14-day quarantine requirement for those traveling between islands on June 16, but it is requiring thermal screening at the airport. Travelers may be prevented from flying if they have a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. After Aug. 1, people visiting Hawaii who test negative up to three days prior to arriving in the state won't have to self-quarantine. Beaches are open for recreational activities and as long as social distance is maintained. Malls, car washes, nonemergency medical visits, and retailers were allowed to reopen. The state is in phase 2 of reopening, allowing indoor gathering places and exercise facilities, as well as museums, theaters, personal services, and dine-in restaurants to reopen. Boaters can allow up to 10 people per boat (unless all people aboard are from the same household). Surf schools and kayak rentals can operate with a 10-person limit.

  • Slide 13 of 51: > Cumulative COVID-19 cases as of June 25: 265 per 100,000 people -- 9th lowest (total: 4,645) > COVID-19-related deaths as of June 25: 5 per 100,000 people -- 7th lowest (total: 90) > Total tests administered as of June 25: 80,060 > Change in trailing 7-day avg. daily cases, June 17 - June 24: 31.2% -- 4th biggest increase (from 3,540 to 4,645) > Est. peak date: 3/25/2020 (est. 301 active infections) > Population: 1,754,208 Idaho is in phase 4 of reopening. As of June 13, gatherings of more than 50 people will be allowed where social distancing can be practiced. Nonessential travel is permitted to locations without ongoing transmission of the virus. Bars and movie theaters can reopen if they meet safety protocols, and nightclubs and large venues can open with limited standing-room capacity. Restaurants can allow more than six people at one table. Employees can return to offices if they practice social distancing. The state still encourages face mask use and maintaining 6 feet of distance from others in public. Phase 4 is scheduled to end on June 26, after which the state is supposed to enter the Idaho Rebounds Plan. It's unclear if this will happen due to an increase in coronavirus infections. ALSO READ: 30 Popular Restaurants That Won’t Reopen After the PandemicSlide 51 of 51: > Cumulative COVID-19 cases as of June 25: 222 per 100,000 people -- 7th lowest (total: 1,282) > COVID-19-related deaths as of June 25: 3 per 100,000 people -- 4th lowest (total: 20) > Total tests administered as of June 25: 40,154 > Change in trailing 7-day avg. daily cases, June 17 - June 24: 17.7% -- 14th biggest increase (from 1,089 to 1,282) > Est. peak date: 5/6/2020 (est. 94 active infections) > Population: 577,737 Outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people have been allowed since June 1, but people must practice social distancing. Indoor gatherings of up to 250 people are now allowed as well. Schools, community colleges, the University of Wyoming and other educational institutions can resume in-person instruction, but fitness classes cannot be of no more than 50 people. Child care facilities resumed normal operations with unlimited class sizes on June 15. Fitness class limit is now 50 people. Personal care services no longer have to operate by appointment only. Long-term care facilities can now resume outdoor, in-person visitation under specific health guidelines. ALSO READ: States Where the Virus Is Growing the Fastest Right Now

 

1)  Georgia

> Cumulative COVID-19 cases as of June 25: 662 per 100,000 people -- 18th highest (total: 69,668)
> COVID-19-related deaths as of June 25: 26 per 100,000 people -- 15th highest (total: 2,718)
> Total tests administered as of June 25: 885,594
> Change in trailing 7-day avg. daily cases, June 17 - June 24: 15.6% -- 17th biggest increase (from 60,254 to 69,668)
> Est. peak date: 10/1/2020 (est. 19,825 active infections)
> Population: 10,519,475

The general shelter-in-place order expired on April 30, and the shelter-in-place order for older state residents and other at-risk individuals expired on June 12. Most social gatherings of more than 50 people are banned, unless there can be 6 feet of distance between every person. Gov. Brian Kemp permitted amusement park rides, carnivals, circuses, and water parks to open beginning June 12 in compliance with health requirements. Restaurants no longer have a limit on how many people can sit at one table or on the number of customers per square foot. Bars can now have 50 people or 35% of full capacity, whichever is greater.

Effective July 1, live performance venues can open if they meet certain criteria. Exhibitions, trade shows, conferences, business retreats, and other conventions can be held as of July 1. Overnight summer camps are open but people can attend only if they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 12 days.

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2)  Georgia Dept of Veterans Service to Reopen for In-Person Services by Appointment on June 15

The Georgia Department of Veterans Service (GDVS) will resume in-person visits at Veterans Field Service Offices on Monday, June 15, 2020 by appointment only.

“While our staff continued to assist veterans and their families electronically or via telephone during the outbreak of COVID-19, we temporarily suspended in-person services in March,” said GDVS Commissioner Mike Roby. “To protect the safety of our employees and visitors, we made necessary changes to our procedures. I am pleased that with these changes, we will be able reopen to scheduled in-person visits with veterans on June 15.”

To schedule an appointment, veterans should contact their local Veterans Field Service Office. A full listing of our field offices and their contact information is available at https://veterans.georgia.gov/field-offices.

Visitors will be asked screening questions upon arrival to their scheduled appointment. Please note that visitors are asked to wear a facemask when visiting one of our offices. Visitors should observe social distancing guidelines while in our waiting areas and while speaking with field service officers.

 

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