Atlanta Mayor Holds on Stay-At-Home Order Per Governor's Request

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Atlanta's Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she is ready to issue a stay-at-home order for the City of Atlanta during a city council meeting on Monday. However she's been told to hold off by Georgia's Governor Brian Kemp until his press conference at 5pm today.

There is no additional info on what this stay-at-home order would be however there would probably be exceptions to this rule like going to the grocery store or pharmacies.

Other cites across the country have also issued this order including California, the U.S.'s most populous state.

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