Hall returning to in-person school on hybrid schedule Jan. 19
Hall County Schools will return to an in-person hybrid schedule beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19, after the school system reported stabilizing COVID-19 numbers and “significantly” decreased student cases, Superintendent Will Schofield announced Thursday morning.
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Opinion: Kemp is valuing economy over lives
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp listens to a question from the press during a tour of a massive temporary hospital at the Georgia World Congress Center on Thursday, April 16, 2020, in Atlanta. - photo by Associated Press

I want to let Gov. Brian Kemp know that my death due to COVID-19 is on his hands. 

He is opening up Georgia for economic reasons at the cost of human life. My wife is a front-line worker at a grocery store. She will tell you that social distancing is a great idea but many still are not doing it. Masks are still optional. 

The state still cannot tell us who has COVID-19 and who does not. Opening this state without that type of testing is going to cost us lives, and for what? To allow businesses to reopen.  

Is getting a haircut worth a person’s life? Is going to a movie worth a human life? He knows this is going to cause Georgians to die but values economics over human life.

Herbert Waite


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