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Join us on Wednesday August 25th, 2021 at the Amerigroup Community Care and Headquarters Branch Library for a Mobile Diaper Day Drive-Thru event. Free baby items like diapers and wipes while supplies last. Date: Wednesday August 25, 2021 Location: Forest Park Branch | 4812 West Street Forest Park, GA 30297 Time: 10am-12pm

Join Us This Month for the Amerigroup New Member Orientation Date – Tuesday, August 17th, 2021 Time – Session 1: 9:30am-10:30am   |    Session 2: 6:00pm-7:00pm Zoom Meeting ID: 917 1682 4939     Zoom Passcode: 321890  

One week after the hallways of the Paulding County high school went viral when a student took and uploaded a picture of the crowded area that featured many students without masks, weeks after the country debated on whether students should physically return to school or continue online learning.

A student who uploaded images of the inside one school and the lack of distancing among other concerns has been suspended.

Studies are showing that Black children are three times likely to be exposed to COVID-19.  

According to WSBTV, 17-year-old Justin Hunter a rising senior at Johns Creek High School lost both his parents to COVID-19 in the same week

According to WSBTV, hundreds of Gwinnett School District employee's are sick ahead of the first day of school.

According to WSBTV, The Varsity restaurant has been shut down after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. The popular drive-in restaurant has never closed it’s drive-in in the 90 year’s of its existence, until now. The restaurant will plan to open up again tomorrow after deep cleaning, but curbside service will be closed indefinitely. […]

Future is coming through for the college students during this rough time!

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms want said on MSNBC Wednesday morning that she will sign and order mandating masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19.