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9 a.m.: Home Depot said Wednesday it is limiting the number of customers in its stores, curtailing opening hours, adding paid leave for employees and ending sales of protective masks, Michael E. Kanell reports.
6:30 a.m.: More than three weeks after Gov. Brian Kemp ordered Georgia employees who could to work from home in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, more than 10,000 state workers still head into their places of business each day. Maya T. Prabhu tells you why.
6:30 a.m.: It's the first day of the month, which means rent and mortgage payments are due. Meris Lutz talks to Atlantans about what that means if you no longer have an income source.
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- Gov. Brian Kemp's office and the state's public colleges and universities announced plans to dramatically increase coronavirus test processing capacity in Georgia by some 3,000 tests per day.
- Georgia's entire Republican congressional delegation on Tuesday pressured Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to delay the May 19 primary because of the coronavirus.
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