Walker County, GA is under a local state of emergency, effective March 18, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Government operations have been reduced in many areas. Visit our COVID-19 page for a list of “confirmed” cases in Walker County and the state of Georgia.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s Public Health State of Emergency remains in effect through July 12, 2020.
If you have the following symptoms related to COVID-19 that are pictured below, your first call should be to your primary care physician. Do NOT visit in person without calling first.
Additional symptoms can include persistent pain or pressure in chest, confusion or inability to arouse and blueish lips or face.
Follow us on facebook for regular updates on what’s happening in Walker County Government.