Violators face $1,000 fine, 60-day jail time during 30-day Declaration;
Brantley one of 32- counties in state without a confirmed COVID-19 case

Brantley County’s Board of Commissioners voted Saturday afternoon to enact a public health state of emergency, which includes a curfew and other requirements through April 27.
The state of emergency was declared due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state and the U.S. The county’s vote was taken Saturday, March 28 after phone calls from County Manager Toby Harris with commissioners and went into effect immediately.

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