Greenwood Revises Curfew until May 25

The city of greenwood's curfew is set to expire Monday, May 25th.

This according to the city of Greenwood's Facebook page. The city council voted unanimously Tuesday to end the curfew.

The curfew was set in early April to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. Until Monday, the curfew will be from midnight until 5:00 a.m. Convenience stores and restaurants are allowed to stay open past curfew.

Residents are asked to only be out past curfew for work or emergency reasons.

Mayor Carolyn McAdams encourages people to remain cautious even as the state continues to reopen and to remember the virus is still out there.

Governor Tate Reeves safer at home order is expected to expire Monday, May 25th.

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