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Revised Dates Announced for 2021 General and Jurisdictional Conferences

published 5/26/2020
The Commission on the General Conference has announced new 2021 dates for General Conference following the postponement of the event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The quadrennial legislative event will take place on August 29 - September 7, 2021, at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minn.  "We're grateful that we were able to secure new dates while keeping the site of General Conference in Minneapolis. Nearly seven years of pre-planning and preparations by the host team have ...

Worship service with Bishop Bryan

published 5/23/2020
Bishop Bryan is offering a live stream worship moment each Sunday at 10:00 am.  NEXT LIVE STREAM: MAY 31 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MAY 24 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MAY 17 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MAY 10 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MAY 3 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 26 WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 19   WATCH THE EASTER SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 12   WATCH THE PALM SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 5   WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 29 WATCH THE SERVICE ...

Coronavirus changes how life events are celebrated

published 5/18/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor Instead of just one lavish wedding, newlyweds Rebecca and David Bell will, eventually, have two weddings to remember. Two weddings weren’t part of their original plan, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the couple to rethink and reschedule their dream wedding just weeks before the big day. Married April 25 in an intimate, outdoor “elopement” at Indian Springs State Park in Flovilla, the ceremony included only Rebecca, David, their parents, two officiants, and a ...

Oldest South Georgia Conference clergy member turns 100

published 5/18/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor Rev. Henry Erwin’s Methodist roots run deep. He’s the 17th Methodist minister in a family that traces their faith heritage all the way back to Francis Asbury. “The first (pastor) in our family was ordained by Francis Asbury, the first Methodist bishop in the New World,” said Angela Mobley, one of Rev. Erwin’s daughters. Rev. Erwin’s father and uncle were both Methodist ministers, so it was no shock when, as a teenager, Rev. Erwin felt the call to ministry. “Daddy ...

A new sense of patriotism

published 5/17/2020
By Dr. Hal Brady The late Dr. John Claypool, noted minister, tells about going to make pastoral calls at a large hospital. He visited two women both approaching 90 and both with physical difficulties. When John entered the first woman’s room, he felt this incredible cloud of despair. The woman was quick to list all her complaints. Dr. Claypool said he tried to cheer her up but to no avail. Two floors down, he saw the other woman who was facing some serious physical ailments, but the ...

Carrying our sanctuary wherever we go

published 5/17/2020
OUR CONNECTION MATTERS ALLISON LINDSEY I must confess, I absolutely love a good quote! Quotes, scriptures, prayers, and profound nuggets of truth that I do not want to forget - or that I need more time to ponder - fill my journals. I often look through these journals and many times something jumps out at me in a new and relevant way. This week, for example, I stumbled upon this AW Tozer quote: “Worshipers never leave church … we carry our sanctuary with us wherever we go.” During this pandemic,...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Putting our focus on June

published 5/5/2020
To the South Georgia Conference: The Cabinet and I want to thank all of our clergy and congregations for the ways you have been responsible, stayed home, practiced social distancing, and taken other measures designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus. We know how hard this is and how much you want to be together with your congregation. It takes everyone doing their part, and you are certainly doing yours. Thank you. On Thursday, April 30, Governor Kemp issued a statement extending Georgia’...

Faith helps UMs care for others

published 5/4/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor Psalm 23 runs on a continuous loop in Brandy Floyd’s head these days. “Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I fear no evil; for you are with me…” Floyd, a busy physician assistant in Blakely and member of Blakely First United Methodist Church, is concerned about her patients, her family, and her community. In the past two months, her family practice clinic, Pioneer Family Medical, has had to convert to telemedicine as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the ...

John Wesley’s sister Susana (“Sukey”)

published 5/4/2020
JOHN WESLEY MOMENTS DAVE HANSON John Wesley’s sister Susanna was eight years older than John. She was a good-natured young woman, happy and vivacious, with a delightful sense of humor. When a “ghost” seemed to haunt the Wesley parsonage, Sukey emphasized the humorous aspects of his “visitations.” Susanna lived for a while in London with her Uncle Annesley, her mother’s brother. He liked Sukie and promised her a generous gift. However, her hopes were dashed when he went off to India and ...

Leadership in a brave new world

published 5/4/2020
GROWING IN GRACE BEN GOSDEN Just 90 days ago we began a new year. 2020 seemed rich with possibility. This was going to be the year my congregation, Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Savannah, launched a financial campaign to finally address the ongoing interior needs of the 172-year-old building. As a church, we had grown from the brink of financial despair to more health. And this was going to be the year we parlayed that growth and enthusiasm into leaving a mark on this historic ...

South Georgia United Methodists share fellowship, connection with Agape Meal

published 5/4/2020
In this time of crisis, social distancing, and uncertainty, the things people need most are prayer, support, and encouragement. But how are those things shared when we can’t be together? On the evening of Sunday, May 3, the South Georgia Conference gathered for a virtual Agape Meal, a time of fellowship and connection. Introduced to John Wesley by the Moravians, Agape Meals became a significant part of early Methodism. And at a time when the church is scattered because of the coronavirus ...

Wesley at Frederica members live out faith, make impact on community

published 5/4/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor Nearly a year ago, Leslie and Mark Coptsias began building a four bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home on St. Simons Island. Located in the Sea Palms neighborhood, the home boasts both lake and golf course views. But what can’t be seen is the impact it will make on the Glynn County community. When the sale closes at the end of this month, the proceeds of its sale will be donated to FaithWorks, a social services ministry affiliated with The United Methodist Church. ...

What’s on your pastor’s mind?

published 5/4/2020
FROM THE BISHOP R. LAWSON BRYAN Do you ever wonder what’s on your pastor’s mind these days? I am privileged to hear from and talk with South Georgia clergy every day. I’d love to share some things I have learned over the past six weeks through the conversations I am having.  YOU are on your pastor’s mind! Your pastor thinks of you constantly and prays for you and all the members of your church family - especially those who have lost jobs, those who are battling illness, and those who are ...

Join Bishop Bryan May 3 for a conference-wide Agape Meal

published 5/3/2020
To the South Georgia Conference: Thank you for the exemplary ways in which you are being adaptive, imaginative, and innovative. This pandemic has revealed in a fresh way the commitment you have to Jesus Christ and to your church and community.  I celebrate the power of relationships and connectedness I see going on within the South Georgia Conference in the midst of this pandemic. Laity and clergy are finding creative ways that enable us to remain Alive Together in Christ.  I would like to ...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Loving others and being socially responsible

published 4/21/2020
To the South Georgia Conference: As Methodists, we strive to align ourselves with John Wesley’s Three General Rules: Do No Harm, Do Good, Attend upon the ordinances of God. I believe that doing no harm and loving God also means loving others well and being socially responsible. During this time, loving others well means caring for them and their safety. To this end, the Cabinet and I have reflected upon Gov. Kemp’s most recent statement and offer the following guidelines in order to provide ...

Collins UMC serves community in a big way

published 4/20/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor Collins United Methodist Church may be small, but it is mighty. In tiny Collins, the congregation, which has about 12 members, is a big force for good. The members feed nearly 200 people at each of two large community meals every year, one at Thanksgiving and typically one at Easter; pack and donate dozens of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes every Christmas; and give generously to ministries that serve those who are homeless. Even in the midst of the coronavirus ...

Pastors, laity use quarantine to nurture gifts, talents

published 4/20/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor While folks are spending more time at home than ever before, people are tapping into talents they’d let go dormant, rediscovering skills they didn’t have time to nurture, and pursuing passions long abandoned. Rev. Grant Abernathy has always enjoyed doodling. In seminary, the pastime helped him stay focused and engaged as he listened to lectures, and the margins of his notes were usually littered with doodles and drawings. The pastor of Crossroads United Methodist ...

South Georgia relief teams help with tornado damage cleanup

published 4/20/2020
South Georgia Disaster Response Teams are committed to responding and helping their neighbors affected by disasters, even in the midst of a pandemic. While extra precautions are necessary, they have not kept early response teams from showing up and working hard.  Following the Easter storms, on April 13 South Georgia Disaster Response Coordinator Luis Morales and district disaster coordinators immediately sprang into action and assessed affected areas and began deploying teams. Kelly Crane, ...

South Georgia United Methodists celebrate Easter differently this year

published 4/20/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor For most South Georgia United Methodists, Easter usually means packed sanctuaries, big Sunday dinners with family, smocked dresses, and super-sized hats. But this year, even though churches were empty and typical Easter traditions couldn’t happen, families still found ways to safely celebrate the holiday. Instead of her usual trip to Athens to celebrate Easter with her children, Karen Forester, a member of Bainbridge United Methodist Church, worshiped online, from ...

Yard flowers ignore the quarantine

published 4/19/2020
PATHWAY TO HIS PRESENCE B.J. FUNK Today, on my 28th day of voluntary self-quarantining (not sick… just doing as we’ve been asked), I ventured outside to go to the drive-through at the bank. As I drove out of my yard, I noticed the beginning buds on my Crepe Myrtle trees that line both sides of my long driveway. My son, Shawn, pruned them in the winter, and for all of these months, they have looked like a sad bunch of limbs sticking out of the ground. Not so today. New life called to me, “Drive...

Annual Conference postponed until August, Moving Day adjusted

published 4/15/2020
The 2020 Annual Conference session, scheduled for June 7-9 at The Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center, has been postponed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Annual Conference is now set for August 14-15 at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center in Tifton, Ga. "While we look forward to the day we can all be together, the reality is that the coronavirus has changed how we are all doing ministry and meetings at this time," Bishop Lawson Bryan said. "We have made the decision to not ...

An Easter Sunday worship service with Bishop Bryan

published 4/11/2020
A number of South Georgia Conference churches are offering an online worship experience either by Live Stream or by recording a service to share online. View list. In addition, Bishop Bryan will offer a live stream worship moment from 10:00 am - 10:30 am.   CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE EASTER SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 12   CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE PALM SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 5   CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 29 CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 22

Let’s Sing Our Faith! Join Bishop Bryan Easter Sunday at 6 pm

published 4/8/2020
Dear South Georgia Conference family, Easter marks the core of the Christian faith: the death on the cross and resurrection of Christ. As the sun rises Easter Sunday and ushers in the worldwide celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, I can only imagine how Christians in all languages and continents, nations and people groups, will be celebrating. I am amazed to think of Christians all over the world singing the words given to us in 1739 by Charles Wesley, “Christ the Lord is Risen ...

Administrative Services helps navigate the CARES Act

published 4/6/2020
By Dr. Derek McAleer, Director of Administrative Services President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) (HR. 748) into law on Friday, March 27th, 2020. This Act is intended to provide financial relief to individuals, businesses, and non-profits from the economic impact of the Coronavirus. There may be something in it that could help your church. The Act allows for forgivable Paycheck Protection Loans from the Small Business Administration to cover ...

Children and youth ministers find creative ways to stay connected

published 4/6/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor As social distancing has become the norm and people are physically isolated and no longer gathering for worship services, it has become a challenge to stay connected. Although church services have been moved online, many South Georgia youth and children’s ministers are finding creative ways to continue ministering, using social media and the Internet to communicate and come together. Each evening, Annie Paulk and her two children record themselves reading a story from...

Christ the Lord Has Risen Today: Let’s Sing Our Faith!

published 4/6/2020
FROM THE BISHOP R. LAWSON BRYAN Easter marks the core of the Christian faith: the death on the cross and resurrection of Christ. As the sun rises Easter Sunday and ushers in the worldwide celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, I can only imagine how Christians in all languages and continents, nations and people groups, will be celebrating. I am amazed to think of Christians all over the world singing the words given to us in 1739 by Charles Wesley, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” ...

Churches make masks for healthcare workers, patients

published 4/6/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, it often helps to focus on what you can do rather than what you can’t. That’s what many South Georgia sewers are doing: focusing their efforts on serving those in need and offering a solution to health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. In Albany, hard hit by COVID-19, Phoebe Putney Health System recently said they were running low on critical supplies. As of Sunday morning, April 5, a total of 139 ...

How to be present in a pandemic: use your words

published 4/6/2020
By Rev. Deborah Wight-Knight, Conference Pastoral Counselor I was a CPE (student) chaplain at Grady Hospital in 1984. One of my patients - I’ll call her Gloria - was the first documented female diagnosed with AIDS in the southeast. This was before they called it HIV/AIDS. No one knew at that time exactly how the virus spread. Was it only sexually transmitted? Was it contained in the gay and lesbian community? Were our medical personnel at risk? No one knew. Studies were just beginning on ...

In midst of crisis, South Georgia congregations get creative to share love of Christ

published 4/6/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor The coronavirus pandemic has been called “the most challenging crisis the world has faced since World War II.” COVID-19 has killed more than 70,000 people worldwide and the global health crisis upended lives, caused mass shutdowns of businesses and schools, and churches have been asked to suspend worship services and other gatherings until at least the end of April. But pastors say this health and human crisis need not be a spiritual crisis. “When the noise of life is...

Admin. Services, Board of Pensions help churches during time of financial crisis

published 4/5/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor It’s been three or four weeks since South Georgia United Methodist congregations have gathered in person. While on-site worship services have been cancelled, the church’s ongoing mission and ministry continue. Most are holding online worship services, via Facebook or another method, and they are continuing to reach out and serve their communities and members. In the midst of this pandemic, one practical concern for churches is how not meeting in person will affect the ...

A Palm Sunday worship service with Bishop Bryan

published 4/4/2020
A number of South Georgia Conference churches are offering an online worship experience either by Live Stream or by recording a service to share online. View list. In addition, Bishop Bryan will offer a live stream worship moment from 10:00 am - 10:30 am.   CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE PALM SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, APRIL 5   CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 29 CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 22

4 Ways to be an Extravagantly Generous Leader

published 4/3/2020
LEADERSHIP REALLY MATTERS ANNE BOSARGE REV. JAY HANSON What is your most valuable resource? I’ve come to discover that time is one of the most valuable resources I have and that it is nonrenewable. I can always make more money, but I can’t make more time. There is no end to the demands on my time. There are people who need my attention, problems to solve, messages to prepare, opportunities to take advantage of and issues to deal with. Does that sound familiar? In the midst of busyness, how do ...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Finding peace amid the noise of life

published 4/3/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, On Palm Sunday, Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey. He doesn't ride in on a chariot or on a warhorse with a sword slashing all those around Him. He rides in humbly on a donkey, the animal that is a symbol of peace and a beast of burden. Christ comes in as the Prince of Peace, bearing upon Himself the burden of the sin of the world. Yes, the crowds are shouting, palm branches are being waved, and there is a lot of noise. Jesus knows full ...

South Georgia Disaster Response, churches deploy N95 masks

published 4/3/2020
South Georgia’s Disaster Response ministry is committed to providing the loving presence of Christ during all times of disaster, and this current pandemic is no exception. Last week, the Conference’s Disaster Response team deployed N95 masks from its stockpile of UMCOR cleaning buckets and delivered them to local emergency managers, local first responders, and local healthcare (hospitals and long-term care) facilities. Each UMCOR Cleaning Bucket (flood bucket) had five N95 particulate ...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Quietly courageous in today's world

published 3/31/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, Before we even saw the effects of COVID-19 here in Georgia, I recorded a Palm Sunday message. Little did I know how timely the words “quietly courageous” would be today, nearly one year after Dr. Gil Rendle introduced them to us at last year’s Annual Conference session. Today, maybe more than ever before, let us ask the questions, “How do we develop quietly courageous leadership? What does it look like to be a quietly courageous leader in today's ...

Bishop Bryan: Reflections on Palm Sunday

published 3/31/2020
Before South Georgia ever felt the effects of COVID-19, Bishop Bryan recorded this Palm Sunday message. Little did he know how timely the words “quietly courageous” would be today. This Sunday is Palm Sunday and marks the beginning of Holy Week. In anticipation of the week, Bishop Bryan, in a video, encourages South Georgia United Methodists to consider two words: quietly courageous. They’re words introduced to the Annual Conference nearly a year ago, at last year’s Annual Conference session, ...

A worship service with Bishop Bryan - watch now

published 3/29/2020
A number of South Georgia Conference churches are offering an online worship experience either by Live Stream or by recording a service to share online. View list. In addition, Bishop Bryan will offer a live stream worship moment from 10:00 am - 10:30 am.   WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 29 CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE SERVICE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 22

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Holy Week and Easter

published 3/24/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, Last night Gov. Kemp issued the latest guidelines for lowering the infection rate of COVID-19. This includes a shelter in place order for those in certain areas and for vulnerable populations. He also encouraged people to work from home when possible and to limit travel to only that which is absolutely necessary. The churches of South Georgia have already been proactive in doing all we can to avoid spreading this virus. Thank you for the spirit in ...

General Conference 2020 Postponed

published 3/20/2020
A Word from Bishop Bryan: Dear South Georgia Conference family, I continue to say, these are unprecedented times. We have so many questions about what the days, weeks, and months ahead look like. While I don’t have all the answers, I do want to assure you that I am in constant conversation with the Cabinet and others in leadership as we look at all that is before us. With that said, there are a few things I want you to be aware of right now. Postponement of General Conference 2020 Wednesday, ...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - suspending church services & activities

published 3/16/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, I sit in gratitude today as I reflect on the ways our clergy and our churches have leaned into the sudden adjustments being thrust upon us by the spread of the coronavirus. With inspired creativity, you are exploring ways to stay in connection as you minister in your congregation and community. You are giving special attention to those who are considered most vulnerable. Thank you for rising to the occasion so that the South Georgia Conference can ...

Southwest District spends day serving Vashti, others

published 3/16/2020
By Kara Witherow, Editor More than 150 people gathered at the Vashti Center in Thomasville Saturday, Feb. 22 for the Southwest District’s Inaugural Day of Giving Back. A day to focus on missions outside the walls of the church, the effort brought together adults, youth, and children from throughout the district to serve. “This was an opportunity to bring our churches together for fellowship and a common purpose to strengthen the connections between our congregations,” said Southwest District ...

Which Nicodemus are we?

published 3/16/2020
OUR CONNECTION MATTERS NITA CRUMP After dark one night a Jewish religious leader named Nicodemus, a member of the sect of the Pharisees, came for an interview with Jesus. “Sir,” he said, “we all know that God has sent you to teach us. Your miracles are proof enough of this.” John 3:1-2 (NLT) After dark. Not during the day, but after dark, when others would not see him, Nicodemus came to Jesus. Something in Nicodemus’ heart pulled him toward Jesus. He recognized that Jesus represented God, but ...

Bishop Bryan announces conference-level appointments/assignment

published 3/15/2020
Bishop Lawson Bryan today announced the projected appointments of Rev. Craig Hutto as the North Central District Superintendent, Dr. Nita Crump as senior pastor of Mulberry Street UMC, and Dr. Rick Lanford to the Georgia United Methodist Foundation as well as the assignment of Mrs. Allison Lindsey as Acting Director of Connectional Ministries, effective June 2020. Rev. Craig Hutto, currently serving as senior pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church in Warner Robins, will be appointed to serve...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - Sunday worship

published 3/13/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, As we meet for appointment-making, our South Georgia Cabinet is also mindful of the concern and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus. We all want to do our part to stop the spread of this virus. Gov. Kemp has asked school districts across the state to consider closing for two weeks. Local school systems have already implemented some limited closures in specific areas to deal with recent presumed positive and confirmed cases of COVID-19. During ...

Communicating and ministering during a pandemic

published 3/13/2020
The novel coronavirus is spreading, and we each have a responsibility to be prepared. While we should not panic, now is the time for churches and congregations to review or create preparedness plans so that you can communicate and minister during this time.  The decision to suspend worship, even for one Sunday, is a tough one. It’s a hard call to make, especially if your worship, discipleship, and giving systems are primarily dependent upon in-person gatherings. This is also weighty when it ...

South Georgia Conference Churches Offer Online Worship

published 3/12/2020
A number of South Georgia Conference churches are offering an online worship experience either by Live Stream or by recording a service to share online.  In addition, for at least the next two Sundays, Bishop Bryan will offer a live stream worship moment from 10:00 am - 10:30 am. You can find this on our conference Facebook page and website. A recording will also be posted to the conference website for use anytime. This is not to compete with anything churches are already doing but is meant as ...

A Word from Bishop Bryan: COVID-19 update - prepare, don’t panic

published 3/11/2020
Dear South Georgia clergy, laity, and friends, The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading, and we each have a responsibility to be prepared. While we should not panic, now is the time for churches and congregations to review or create preparedness plans. Churches, please clean and sanitize highly-touched surfaces throughout the day, including children and adult classrooms, handles, water fountains, and railings. Offer hand sanitizer and tissues in highly visible areas. Consider changing ...

Join a regional prayer gathering this week

published 3/9/2020
You are invited to join a regional prayer gathering near you! Regional Prayer Gatherings Tuesday, March 10 Macon, Vineville UMC, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Statesboro, Pittman Park UMC, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Columbus, St. Mark UMC, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Vidalia, Vidalia First UMC, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Thursday, March 12 Savannah, White Bluff UMC, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Camilla, Camilla UMC, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Brunswick, The Chapel, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Valdosta, Park Avenue UMC, 6:30 - 8 p.m.   *************************** When people ...

Prayer and Giving: Responding to Tennessee Tornadoes

published 3/5/2020
Three Nashville-area United Methodist churches — East End and Braden Memorial in East Nashville and Dodson Chapel in Hermitage — were heavily damaged by tornadoes that swept parts of Tennessee early on March 3. The nighttime storms claimed at least 24 lives, particularly in Putnam County, about 80 miles from Nashville. More than 150 of those injured were taken to hospitals in the Nashville area, according to CNN. The tornado, which reportedly cut a 10-mile path through downtown Nashville and ...

Simple steps to limit coronavirus risk

published 3/3/2020
In a 10 p.m. news conference last night, Governor Brian Kemp announced that two cases of the coronavirus have been diagnosed in Fulton County. Both individuals are in the same household and one of them recently returned from travel in Italy (a high-risk country for the coronavirus). Those two persons have minimal symptoms, are under the care of a physician, and are in “at home isolation” so that they will not infect others.   The governor and the state health officer emphasized the pre-planning...

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