5:30 p.m.: Henri Hollis has what many of you will think is the best news of the day: Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms extended an administrative order that allows restaurants to sell unopened wine and malt beverages for off-premise consumption through June 30.
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4:30 p.m.: An older Atlanta couple worried the coronavirus would kill the half-century-old Cato Shoe Repair shop. Then, Matt Kempner reports, strangers and customers stepped in.
3 p.m.: If you're venturing back out into the world, there are precautions you can take to lessen your chances of contracting the coronavirus. Nancy Clanton has tips to make your trip out safer.
2 p.m.: For the first time in its 74-year history, hair maven Bronner Bros. canceled its beauty and hair show and is instead hosting virtual events, Raisa Habersham reports.
2 p.m.: Georgia tourism officials expect huge crowds this weekend after hundreds swarmed the beaches after the first week of being fully reopened without restrictions. ArLuther Lee has the story.
1:45 p.m.: Two concerts at Infinite Energy Arena —James Taylor with Jackson Browne and Reba McEntire — have rescheduled dates, and Melissa Ruggieri has the details.
1:15 p.m.: Current statewide hospitalizations for COVID-19 dropped by about a third in the past two weeks, according to an AJC analysis of data published by the Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency. Willoughby Mariano has the full story.
1 p.m.: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is keeping track of reported coronavirus deaths and cases across Georgia, as reported by the Department of Public Health. At midday, there are 1,664 deaths from COVID-19 and 38,721 confirmed cases.
Noon: Kids thank frontline health care workers through art. Check out the gallery of their pictures.
10 a.m.: One of Atlanta's premiere restaurants is reopening for on-premise dining, Ligaya Figueras reports.
9:30 a.m.: If you're wearing a reusable mask, Kiersten Willis tells you how experts say you should be cleaning it.
7 a.m.: Adrianne Murchison details a one-stop place for people to know what Alpharetta businesses are now open after being shutdown by the pandemic.
7 a.m.: The first virtual Atlanta graduation celebration attracts hundreds of online viewers, well wishes
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