There was plenty of news across Georgia on Thursday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
- UGA, University System Plans For Fall Semester: Coronavirus
- GA Offers Mask Decontaminate System, Up To 80K Daily: Coronavirus
- GA Coronavirus: Airlines Want To Ax Flights To Hartsfield Jackson
Georgia teens will no longer need to take a road test to apply for their driver's license. The road tests have been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to an executive order issued by Gov. Brian Kemp.
Gov. Brian Kemp updated Georgia's shelter-in-place orders, which are to expire at midnight Thursday, and the coronavirus state of emergency.
Emory University is leading a clinical trial that's searching for ways to speed up recovery time against the coronavirus.
Macy's says that it plans to reopen 68 stores on Monday in Georgia and South Carolina. The rest will reopen in six weeks.
Costco announced that shoppers will need to wear a mask or face covering to shop at its warehouse locations.
Georgians may pay a huge price if coronavirus restrictions end too soon, according to an online simulator co-developed at Georgia Tech.
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- Atlanta Has The Most Coronavirus Cases: Report
- Johns Creek Police Search For Wall That Heals Vandalism Suspects
- Metro ATL Stretch Studio Will Remain Closed Another 2 Weeks
- Alpharetta Rotary Hosting Digital Derby Fundraiser For Nonprofits
- Pop-Up Food Pantry To Collect Food For North Fulton Families
- Midtown Restaurant Says 'Not Safe' To Reopen Yet: GA Coronavirus
- 'Better Together' Program Launches At Avalon
- Pen Pals Program Launched To Keep Fulton Seniors Connected
- Student Leadership Johns Creek Hosts Virtual Graduation
- North GA To Use $6.8M Of CARES Act Funding For Students
- Douglasville Police: Distracted Driving Caused Fatal Crash
- 13 Cherokee County Students Selected For Governor's Honors
- GA Coronavirus Update: Deaths Reach 1,100, Cases Top 26K
- Third Of Residents At Two Nursing Homes Infected: Coronavirus
- No Resident Deaths Or Positives At Dacula Care Home: Coronavirus
- ‘Together We Are Grayson’ Uses Signs To Boost Morale, Buy Meals
- Toyo Tires To Ramp Up, Resume Manufacturing On May 3
- U.S. Coronavirus Blog: 1 In 6 Now Jobless; Little League, Big Out
- A Coronavirus Drug Seems To Work, So What's Next?
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- 30 Million Have Sought Unemployment Aid Since Coronavirus Hit
- NASCAR To Resume Season In May Despite Coronavirus