City of Loganville to tighten restrictions; will issue a stay at home order

Loganville Mayor Rey Martinez during online Called City Council Meeting declaring COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. Contributed photo

Loganville Mayor Rey announced Saturday that he would be signing and implementing a third emergency order in a week for the City of Loganville.

“The guidelines will be stricter than previous orders as we will be following Gwinnett County Emergency Order which has issued a stay at home order as a means to protect the health, safety, & welfare of Loganville & surrounding communities,” Martinez said in a post on his Facebook page. “I ask to please stay home unless you must leave to conduct activities that are essential to your health & safety to you, your family/household members. partners, significant other & pets. Essential activities include, but not limited to obtaining food, medication, & medical supplies, household items, & health care services. If you must leave for essentials please support Loganville small businesses & follow all CDC guidelines by washing your hands 20 seconds & self-distancing 6-8 feet apart.

“Together we will defeat this virus and get back to normal. God Bless.”

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