Georgia's governor says he thinks the reopening of schools has gone "real well" - except for the widely shared photos of students crowded together without masks on
August 12, 2020
ATLANTA -- Georgia’s governor said Monday that the reopening of some of the state’s schools amid the coronavirus outbreak has gone well — except for the widely shared photos of students crowded together without masks.
“I think quite honestly this week went real well other than a couple of virtual photos,” Gov. Brian Kemp said at a news conference with U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams.
Democrats strongly pushed back against the assessment that school reopenings were proceeding safely, blaming Kemp and President Donald Trump for failures.