The City of Douglas and the State of Georgia encourage everyone to create a safe environment for all Georgians. Take the "I’m In" pledge at, https://www.georgia.org/SafetyPromise.
On Monday, July 6, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp introduced the Georgia Safety Promise, a safety campaign that encourages businesses and the public to agree to simple, but critical, measures that help protect Georgians from COVID-19, minimize spread of the virus, and keep Georgia open for business. Learn more & make the promise.
Businesses that commit to the Georgia Safety Promise voluntarily agree to follow the latest guidelines from the Governor’s Office and the Georgia Department of Public Health - including promoting social distancing, wearing face coverings, cleaning surfaces, and washing and sanitizing hands. Participating Georgia businesses will receive a full digital toolkit of resources to share their commitment, including social media posts, signage for their business, and more.
All Georgians can personally commit to the Georgia Safety Promise by following basic safety guidelines when in public spaces, including practicing social distance, wearing a face covering, washing and sanitizing hands, and supporting businesses that have committed to the Georgia Safety Promise.
Learn more here, https://www.georgia.org/SafetyPromise
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