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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp gives COVID-19 update before Thanksgiving

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp spoke Tuesday ahead of what's expected to be an unusual Thanksgiving travel season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In his address, he discussed providing PPE supplies to hospitals, he urged people to get a flu shot to prevent a "twindemic" and he reinforced his 'Four Things for Fall,' which include COVID-19 prevention guidelines like wearing a mask and social distancing. He also briefly addressed Georgia's Nov. 2020 election results as the state is set to begin another recount requested by the Trump campaign after the results certified a Biden victory last week.

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