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Georgia restaurants may reopen as coronavirus restrictions loosen
As Georgia reopens, some businesses remain closed
As the Georgia governor reopens the state, some companies feel safe enough to resume business, while others are still holding off. Fox News’ Jonathan Serrie with more.
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Georgia's reopening is set to continue Monday when movie theaters can welcome customers and limited in-restaurant dining may resume in a loosening of coronavirus restrictions.
This comes after other businesses, including barbershops, gyms, tattoo shops and nail salons, were allowed to start seeing customers Friday. While many gratefully opened their doors after a monthlong closure, others didn't feel ready yet and remained shuttered.
A similar mixed response is expected for the businesses allowed to reopen Monday.
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