Restless and ready to work, Georgia gets back to business
“Welcome to life as a lab rat,” said one Georgia resident this weekend, unsure whether to follow the state’s loosening of coronavirus restrictions. Yet the general mood was one of cautious excitement.
One day the parking lot of Nottingham Plaza off Skidaway Road was empty – as it had been for nearly five long weeks of a pandemic lockdown.
Then the next day, on Friday, at 11:13 a.m., cars appeared – lots of them. “Like a regular summer day,” one shopkeeper observed.
This weekend, Georgia began rolling back stay-at-home coronavirus...