An Awards Store in Suwanee, GA Discusses the Latest on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) In Georgia

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Suwanee, Ga.- All over the world people have been affected, and continue to be affected, by the COVID-19 virus. Georgia is not exempt from this pandemic. Specialty Engraving, a leading corporate awards store in Suwanee, GA is involved in this pandemic as well and further has provided some information on the virus in the state of Georgia.

The Georgia Department of Health is working closely with the many state partners and health organizations to ensure that the outbreak of this virus is spread as minimally as possible through the world, including the state of Georgia. The goal is to ensure that the cases that do arise are taken seriously and the proper precautions are taken to get the affected back to health.

The Department of Health has a detailed flu plan that was developed with the Emergency Management Team in Georgia as well as the Georgia Department of Education that has been adopted for the COVID-19 outbreak. The Department of Health has been privy to other outbreaks such as Ebola, the Zika virus and many others.

Epidemiologists at the Department of Health are available 24/7 for any individuals in Georgia that believe they may have COVID-19 or have been directly in contact with someone who has been diagnosed. If deemed necessary, COVID-19 outbreaks will be managed in the state by closing schools and childcare facilities as well as using social distancing for workplace gatherings and postponing of mass gatherings throughout the state.

The Department of Health urges citizens to ensure they are using proper hygiene always. Make sure to wash one's hands often with hot water and soap, avoid contact with the eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands, avoid going out in public while sick to lessen the risk of exposing others.

The Department of Health is keeping a close eye on the COVID-19 virus. Make sure to take proper precautions and if anyone still may need name badges in Suwanee, GA at this time, make sure to take the time to stop by Specialty Engraving today. Customers can call them at (770) 448-3386 or visit their website at


For more information about Specialty Engraving & Trophies, Inc., contact the company here:

Specialty Engraving & Trophies, Inc.
Carey Wilson
(770) 448-3386
3655 Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd.
Suwanee, GA 30024

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