One North Fulton • Regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus)


Georgia Department of Public Health
Governor Kemp updates
Small Business Association (SBA) Loans
President Trump updates
COVID-19 Hotline – (844) 442-2681
Fulton County distribution of COVID-19 cases by city and zip code:


Fulton County

Fulton County Situation Report is located here –


North Fulton Herald Reporting

The North Fulton Herald issued an article reporting North Fulton COVID cases by municipality: 


May Primary Election
All voters will receive absentee ballot request forms in the mail –


Paid Sick Leave, Prescriptions & Insurance

Emergency Paid Sick Leave – Any employee who works for an employer is eligible.

• Full-time Employees – 80 hours of paid sick leave
• Part-time Employees – Paid based on the average number of hours the employee worked for
the six months prior to taking this paid sick leave

Expanded FMLA

GA Insurance Commissioner John King instructed insurers not to cancel health insurance policies of those who miss payments until further notice.
Prescriptions (Rx) can be renewed for 90 days and obtain early refills.


Delayed Tax Filing & Student Loans

The deadline to file both federal & state taxes has now been extended to July 15th. This will provide immediate relief to those with pending tax liabilities or access to complete returns. Student loans payments have been suspended for 60 days.


Drivers License & Tag Renewals

Driver’s license expiration deadlines are extended 60 days:
Tag information can be found here:


Federal Stimulus

The President and Congress are rolling out significant stimulus programs ongoing. More information on real-time updates can be found at:


Updates from The White House

  • The FDA issued emergency approval for new commercial coronavirus tests to significantly expand testing across the country.
  • The President signed legislation that will ensure Americans are able to be tested for free.
  • Admiral Brett Giroir – the Assistant Secretary for Health and head of the Public Health Service – has been appointed to coordinate coronavirus testing efforts.
  • The Administration is actively working with state and local partners and the private sector to open up drive-through testing sites.
  • The Administration is working with the private sector to develop a website that Americans can utilize to determine whether they need a test and, if so, where to get it.
  • HHS is providing funding to help accelerate the development of rapid diagnostic tests for the coronavirus.
  • The FDA cut red tape to expand testing availability. Today, Thursday, March 19, President Donald J. Trump announced the approval of existing drugs to test a COVID-19 treatment. The FDA continues to expand its work regarding therapeutic options and has a vaccine trial underway. More here.
  • The FDA is empowering states to authorize tests developed and used by laboratories in their states. Every state laboratory is empowered to conduct testing.
  • The President signed legislation requiring more reporting from state and private labs to ensure our public health officials have the data they need to respond to this outbreak.
  • The President issued an Executive Order invoking the Defense Production Act. Under the Defense Production Act, the President has the authority to determine that certain supplies are essential for the national defense during challenges like this The President’s action allows the Administration, if it becomes necessary, to order the distribution of health and medical supplies to where they are most needed.
  • The President signed a memorandum directing his Administration to make general-use face masks available to healthcare workers.
  • HHS announced it will be purchasing 500 million N95 respirators for the Strategic National Stockpile .
  • The Department of Defense announced it will be providing 5 million respirator masks and 2,000 specialized ventilators to assist.
  • The President signed legislation removing restrictions that prevented manufacturers from selling industrial masks – which can readily protect healthcare workers – directly to hospitals.

Informing the Public

  • The Administration launched a website – – to keep the public informed about the outbreak.
  • The President launched a partnership with the Ad Council, media networks, and digital platforms to communicate public services announcements about the coronavirus.
  • The President announced guidelines  for Americans to follow and do their part to stem the spread of the virus.
  • The Task Force is holding nearly daily press conferences to provide the American people with the latest information.
  • The Task Force has recommended mitigation strategies to heavily impacted communities, like those in New York, Washington, and California.
  • CMS announced guidance to protect vulnerable elderly Americans and limit medically unnecessary visits to nursing homes.

Georgia Covid-19 Situational Report 5-21-2020

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Georgia Covid-19 Executive Order

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