GA Coalition 2 Save Lives

Our Massive Coalition Is Calling For An Emergency Meeting with Governor Kemp to Address the Disproportionate Toll of COVID-19 on Communities of Color

We Are A Coalition Of Lawyers, Civil And Human Rights Organizations, Faith Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Community Members, And Elected Officials Working To Save The Lives Of Georgia’s Citizens Who Will Face Life Threatening Consequences As A Result Of Governor Kemp’s Reopening Of Georgia.

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Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives

Proposed Mask Ordinance

Honoring and Remembering Those We Have Lost

The Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives wants to put names and faces to the hundreds of Georgians who have lost their lives to COVID-19. We want the world to know that the victims of this pandemic are Loved Ones, Not Numbers! If you have lost a loved one in Georgia due to the Coronavirus, please complete this form and attach a high quality photo. The resulting pictorial memorial will be displayed on the Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives website.

COVID-19 Update

The Governor Needs to Meet with Coalition Leaders Immediately

Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives is asking for an emergency meeting with Gov. Brian Kemp to discuss ways to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among people of color, the elderly and the incarcerated, and to prevent a second wave of the disease that has killed more than 1,300 Georgians.

New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that African Americans make up 83% of Georgians who have been hospitalized with COVID-19.

Our coalition represents dozens of local, regional and national interests – ranging from legal to religious, medical and civic organizations – has sent a letter to Kemp Wednesday requesting a meeting on or before May 12.

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Counties with Cases

2,827

Deaths

84,237

Confirmed Cases