Georgia's Shelter-in-Place order is now in place. Here's what you need to know so you won't be charged with a misdemeanor.
The order will run from April 3rd through April 30th. It was originally supposed to end on April 13th but Gov. Kemp extended the order on Wednesday April 8th.
The governors office said "If you are not sheltering in place and none of the four exceptions for for essential services, minimum basic operations, critical infrastructure, or necessary travel applies to your activities," you could be facing misdemeanor charges from law enforcement.
Take a look at the video below which explains what you can and cannot do.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Georgia State Patrol will be enforcing this order over the next 10 days.