It will remain in effect through April 16, unless amended.
Later Thursday night, the Doraville City Council passed a measure that limits restaurants to take-out and delivery service through the end of the month, effective 12 a.m. Saturday. Licensed businesses can also sell unopened wine and beer for off-site consumption.
Doraville’s order also orders businesses that offer “massage, manicure, hairstyling or personal grooming services” to close shop. Gyms and sports clubs, as well as any event facilities that host gatherings of more than 10 people, were also ordered to close.
A flurry of similar actions have been imposed in other metro Atlanta governments as well.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an order Thursday morning directed restaurants and bars to close except for take-out and delivery. It also closed other gathering spots like gyms, movie theaters and bowling alleys.
The city of South Fulton has gone even further, putting a curfew in place.
In DeKalb, several local cities have imposed restrictions. Brookhaven, Clarkston and Dunwoody all have restricted in-restaurant dining.