GALLERY: 25 photos of Georgetown after 'Stay Home' order is lifted

After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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After stores and restaurants were closed for over a month and residents were asked to stay home as a measure to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity May 1 after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
Stores and restaurants were closed for more than a month, and residents were asked to stay home to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. On May 1, Georgetown businesses began to open with limited capacity after the Williamson County "Stay Home Stay Safe" order was lifted.
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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