Prof. Weitz’s recently published opinion piece in the Atlanta Journal Constitution cites concerns that lifting restrictions in Georgia too soon could increase the severity of Covid-19 in the state.
Last Monday, April 20, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the limited reopening of sectors of Georgia’s economy, effective April 24. The rationale includes the fact that documented cases of COVID-19 appear to have flattened, leading people to wonder: has the danger passed? The answer is simple: no.