Georgia’s Reopened Economy: Snapshots in Conyers, GA


A sign outside AMF Bowling, 885 Flat Shoals Road, Conyers beckons customers on Sunday, April 26, Day 3, of Georgia’s reopened economy. Workers, who were wearing masks, said six bowlers per lane is permitted, every other lane. Although no bowlers were there when On Common Ground News stopped by—long after many houses of worship held their services online—workers said people had been coming in throughout the day.


Gov. Brian Kemp relaxed restrictions to allow some businesses to begin reopening on Friday, April 24. Bowling lanes, beauty shops, barbershops, nail salons and fitness centers were among those that received the green light. On Monday, April 26, dine-in restaurants, movie theaters and private social clubs will be permitted to open.


No workouts just yet

Planet Fitness Center and LA Fitness, located on Highway 138 in Conyers, remained closed on Sunday, April 26.



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