Here’s what’s in the ‘guide’ for reopening Georgia entertainment and sports venues, museums, retail stores

Convert to cashless. No big purses. “Virtual” queuing. More portable restrooms. Reduce capacity. These are among the recommendations that the Georgia Department of Economic Development released Tuesday in its “guide” of best practices for how to reopen the state’s public assembly facilities, such as live entertainment and sports venues, museums, and retail stores. The GDEcD, in conjunction with the Georgia Facilities Working Group, released the 20-plus page guide ahead of Gov. Kemp’s executive…

Convert to cashless. No big purses. “Virtual” queuing. More portable restrooms. Reduce capacity. These are among the recommendations that the Georgia Department of Economic Development released Tuesday in its “guide” of best practices for how to reopen the state’s public assembly facilities, such as live entertainment and sports venues, museums, and retail stores. The GDEcD, in conjunction with the Georgia Facilities Working Group, released the 20-plus page guide ahead of Gov. Kemp’s executive…

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