1:40 p.m.: Ligaya Figueras and Yvonne Zusel have the latest on what Atlanta restaurants are doing after suffering damage following this weekend's protests that turned violent.
1:25 p.m.: Melissa Ruggieri has the details on the moving of Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett's "The Stadium Tour" to 2021. The show was set to go on in Truist Park this August.
1 p.m.: The AJC is keeping track of coronavirus deaths and cases across Georgia, as reported by the Department of Public Health. This evening, there are at least 2,074 deaths and 47,618 confirmed cases as of Monday afternoon.
11 a.m.: Mary Welch reports on how Atlantans have coped with dating amid the coronavirus pandemic.
10 a.m.: Ty Tagami repGeorgia school leaders have released new state guidance on how to open in the fallorts Georgia school leaders have released new state guidance on how to open in the fall amid the pandemic.
10 a.m.: Kennesaw has reopened pavilions, dog parks and skateparks to the public. Kristal Dixon has the details.
10 a.m.: Bob Townsend has the details on how Summerhill taproom Halfway Crooks Beer has collaborated with neighboring restaurant How Crispy Express amid the coronavirus pandemic.
7 a.m.: Nedra Rhone reports on experts and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms concerns that people who took part in protests in metro Atlanta over the weekend should get tested for COVID-19.
6:30 a.m.: Adrianne Murchison has the details on Save the Horses, a rescue farm that's facing financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic.
5:30 a.m.: Ligaya Figueras reports on many bars and clubs allowed to reopen in metro Atlanta, and how some owners say it's too soon.
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