Georgia's governor bars cities, counties from requiring face masks

Q: Brian Kemp, the Republican governor of Georgia, last week cancelled local mask mandates adopted by more than a dozen cities and counties as a Covid virus safeguard. Where is his state on this map?

Circle the area on this map

Q: The mayor and council members of Georgia's capital had approved a mask-wearing requirement. What city is the state capital?

A. Savannah

B. Augusta

C. Atlanta

D. Athens

Q: The state's largest newspaper, published in Atlanta, is named the . . .

A. Journal-Constitution

B. Times-Picayune

C. News & Observer

D. Post and Courier

Q: Atlanta was a major civil rights organizing center during the 1950s and 1960s. Historic sites honor a major figure of that movement who was born there. Pick his name.

A. Jesse Jackson

B. James Baldwin

C. Malcolm X

D. Martin Luther King Jr.

Q: Georgia touches five other states. Which one is its western neighbor?

A. Tennessee

B. Alabama

C. Arkansas

D. Florida

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