Kennesaw has also limited restaurants and other places that serve food take-out service. Any restaurant with an alcohol license can offer to sell those beverages with take-out orders.
The city has also ordered residents to “shelter in place as much as possible,” and issues a voluntary curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Leaving home for work, food, medical treatment, medication or an emergency are exemptions to the curfew, the city said.
Kennesaw has also banned public gatherings and events consisting of 10 or more people, closes all bars, night clubs, gyms and amusement parks and requires retail establishments to curtain their hours and operations to limit the number of customers in stores.
Swift-Cantrell Park, one of the city's most popular recreation spots, is also closed to the public.
Residents should note that grocery stores and day cares are exempt from the city’s orders.
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