CORONAVIRUS: Glynn County closes all non-essential businesses

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GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. — UPDATE: In a corrected version of the release sent along with the executive order, the commissioners said, the order covers only the non-essential businesses listed in the order. Other non-essential and essential businesses may continue to operate but should adhere to social distancing guidelines

n an emergency meeting on March 25, the Glynn County Board of Commissioners passed an Executive Order to close all non-essential businesses.

According to a Facebook post from the Board of Commissioners, this includes establishments providing body care that is not supervised under a licensed medical professional, pools regulated by the Department of Health and all indoor recreation, fitness and entertainment facilities. Glynn County owned Recreation and Park fields, courts, playgrounds, and picnic areas are also closed with the exception of walking trails, dog parks, marinas, and campgrounds.

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Commissioners say restaurants will not be allowed to serve food on-premises and must only offer take out, delivery, drive-thru or curbside service orders. Unopened bottles of beer and wine are allowed for takeout, but not delivery.

Deadlines will be extended for Glynn County business licenses and alcohol permits. All deadlines of any action, determination, or decision required of any official, board, or commission concerning the Glynn County Code of Ordinances, Glynn County Zoning Ordinance, and/or Glynn County Subdivision Regulations shall be delayed for the duration of this Order, and for thirty days following the expiration of this Order.

UPDATED: 3:47p.m. COVID-19 – Glynn County Non-Essential Business closures GLYNN COUNTY Ga, In a Special Called...

Posted by Glynn County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, 25 March 2020