Governor Kemp issued a new executive order on June 11 that will be effective June 16, 12:00 a.m., until June 30, 11:59 p.m. Social distancing remains important, and the shelter-in-place remains in effect for those at high risk or suffering from a severe illness. People over the age of 65 are no longer included on the list unless they are in a category considered high risk by the Centers for Disease Control. Those who must continue to shelter-in-place can leave their homes to get food, medical assistance, outdoor exercise, and other activities. Everyone is encouraged to wear a face mask outside their homes. Live performance venues are allowed to open to the public July 1, pursuant to certain requirements. Conventions may be held beginning July 1, provided the requirements are followed. On June 12, the Governor issued another executive order that allows movie, television, and streaming productions to get back to work.