Curfew for City of Bainbridge

Effective Wednesday, March 25th beginning at 12:01am
 
A curfew has been imposed by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Bainbridge until April 6th (unless extended).
 
The curfew will be in effect from 9pm until 5am daily within the city limits of Bainbridge.
 
Residents, unless “exempt individuals” as defined herein, shall remain in their homes or on their property during the curfew period.
 
EXEMPT INDIVIDUALS include those individuals engaged in the provision of designated, essential services, such as:
 
(1) fire
 
(2) law enforcement
 
(3) medical and hospital services, including veterinary services
 
(4) military services
 
(5) utility emergency repairs
 
(6) persons seeking emergency medical services or hospital services and those persons assisting such persons
 
(7) individuals traveling to and from their jobs with appropriate identification and persons traveling to medical facilities
 
(8) individuals engaged in the delivery of food, medicine, medical supplies, fuel including, but not limited to, the re-stocking of grocery stores, pharmacies, and convenience stores
 
(9) news media employees
 
(10) designated employees or agents of businesses designated by the Georgia Emergency Management Agency as “essential” pursuant to O.C.G.A. 38-3-58
 
(11) persons providing necessary care of companion animals in the custody and care of an animal shelter, boarding facility, or kennel and persons walking personal animals
 
(12) critical infrastructure businesses and employees as designated by the Governor or identified by U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cyber-security and Infrastructure Security Agency.

7 Comments on “Curfew for City of Bainbridge”

    1. It’s only mandated for the city, anything outside the city of Bainbridge this ruling doesn’t apply for.

    1. There’s a virus outbreak and people have decided for themselves that what they want is more important than public health?

  1. Big deal. Everything is basically closed. People are home before then. Seems like a waste of their time. But I guess they need to do and say something to earn their pay.

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