Gwinnett Residents On COVID-19 Stay-Home Orders


Gwinnett County Commission announced that all resident of Gwinnett County are ordered to stay home until April 13 because of the outbreak of the coronavirus.

“We are all navigating uncharted waters as we respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency, and I am grateful to each of the cities for their decisive actions,” Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash said. “The district commissioners and I would like to express our deep appreciation to all of our residents and businesses for making temporary sacrifices for the good of our communities as our hospitals, healthcare workers, and first responders prepare for a rapidly growing caseload.”

Businesses allowed to remain open include:

  • health care facilities;
  • grocery stores;
  • farmers markets;
  • food banks;
  • convenience stores;
  • gas stations;
  • banks and related financial institutions;
  • hardware stores;
  • newspapers;
  • television and radio stations;
  • auto repair shops;
  • auto supply stores;
  • plumbers;
  • mailing and shipping businesses;
  • laundromats;
  • dry cleaners;
  • educational institutions not closed by Gov. Brian Kemp;
  • businesses that provide materials people use to work from home;
  • delivery services;
  • home-based senior, adult of child care;
  • child care centers;
  • airlines;
  • taxis;
  • law firms, real estate firms;
  • accounting firms;
  • hotels;
  • food cultivation businesses such as farms;
  • businesses that provide social services;
  • and businesses that provide services to the government.

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