Grady County Resources
COVID-19 Coronavirus Special Collection
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
If you are not sure what to do or need more information, please call the
State of Georgia’s COVID-19 Hotline: 1-844-442-2681
State of Georgia Resources
24-Hour Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-334-2836
For Teens who are experiencing domestic violence, you can get help by texting 706-765-8019.
DECAL Hotline: 1-877-ALL-GA-KIDS or 1-877-255-42-5437
Governor Kemp’s Updates– press releases and information from the Office of the Governor
Georgia Department of Education All public K12 school facilities are closed, with schools hosting student online & distance learning for the remainder of the school year.
§ All University System of Georgia (USG) and Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) schools are moving to online courses through the end of the Spring 2020 semester, with the exception of students who need in-person experience.
The office of the Secretary of State mailed absentee ballot request forms the week of 03/30 to registered voters for the upcoming Primary election.
The Department of Driver Services (DDS) has issued a 120-day extension for drivers 60 years old and older in driver license renewals.
Georgia’s Insurance Commissioner has instructed insurers not to cancel health insurance policies of those who miss payments until further notice.
Governor Kemp has extended the state tax filing deadline to July 15 to align with the federal extension.
There are 23 test sites located across the state for the elderly, first responders, law enforcement, healthcare workers, and residents and staff of long-term care facilities who have a referral from a medical provider.
Pharmacists may now dispense early refills for prescription drugs, not including Schedule II controlled substances.
Georgia Department of LaborThe Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) is beginning to see an increase in the number of partial claims filed as a result of businesses reducing work hours or temporarily closing their doors as a result of recent developments of COVID-19. As of an emergency ruling this week by the Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler, employers are mandated to electronically file partial claims on behalf of their employees whenever it is necessary to temporarily lay workers off. All Georgia employers will share in the cost of unemployment benefits paid to employees temporarily displaced due to COVID-19 easing the stress on business owners during this health crisis. These emergency rulings will help to simplify the process and get workers paid. All career centers are closed to the public, but employees are still working to process claims.NEW Information for filing for unemployment, mandatory filing by employers for partial claims, and reemployment servicesQ & AEmployee RightsEmployer RequirementsFFCRA Poster
UGA Covid Resource Guide