April 6: 3 coronavirus stories Alpharetta readers might have missed

Gov. Brian Kemp announced a statewide shelter in place order beginning April 3 through April 13, and announced the closure of all K-12 public schools through the rest of the school year. (Screenshot via Facebook Live)
Gov. Brian Kemp announced a statewide shelter in place order beginning April 3 through April 13, and announced the closure of all K-12 public schools through the rest of the school year. (Screenshot via Facebook Live)

Gov. Brian Kemp announced a statewide shelter in place order beginning April 3 through April 13, and announced the closure of all K-12 public schools through the rest of the school year. (Screenshot via Facebook Live)

Here are three stories regarding local coronavirus coverage readers might have missed.

Q&A: What the statewide shelter-in-place order means for Alpharetta, Milton residents

Starting April 3 at 6 p.m., the entire state of Georgia will be under a shelter-in-place mandate per an executive order by Gov. Brian Kemp to help prevent further spread of the coronavirus. The order will continue until 11:59 p.m. April 13.

Fulton County Schools moves forward with remote learning plan, graduation despite school closure for rest of the year

When Gov. Brian Kemp issued an executive order April 1 to close all K-12 public schools for in-person instruction for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year in response to the continuously changing COVID-19 pandemic, questions about graduation ceremonies and online instruction guidelines floated around Fulton County Schools families, board members said at the April 2 FCS board of education meeting.



Gov. Brian Kemp orders statewide shelter in place to begin April 3, closes all public schools through remainder of school year

In a press conference April 1, Gov. Brian Kemp announced that he will issue an executive order for a statewide shelter in place order beginning April 3, and continuing through April 13.

Kara McIntyre contributed to this report.