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Georgia Eliminates Many COVID-19 Mitigation Measures As OSHA Ramps Up Enforcement


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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued an March 12 Executive Order — effective through March 31 — that eliminates many of the
requirements for businesses that were present in past executive orders but keeps in place an assortment of the provisions from the
executive orders issued the last few months of 2020. What do employers need to know about this new order, and what should you
do as you reopen and operate your business?