• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Hard Labor Creek SP in Georgia prepared as possible quarantine site for coronavirus patients

MORGAN COUNTY, Ga. - Georgia health officials have designated a Georgia state park as a possible location to isolate and monitor patients who could have been exposed to a new strain of the coronavirus.

In a release on Monday, the Office of Governor Brian Kemp announced that the governor and the Departments of Public Health, Public Safety, and Natural Resources have designated Hard Labor Creek State Park in Morgan County as a location that could be used to isolate any patients with COVID-19 exposure.

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