(CNN)Georgia on Friday became one of the first states to experiment with easing its stay-at-home restrictions and concerned mayors from across the state pointed to the rise in coronavirus cases in their cities — both urban and rural — as evidence it’s too soon to return to some semblance of normal.Jittery Americans worried about the spread of the virus watched as Peach State Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, allowed hair and nail salons, barber shops, massage businesses and gyms to reopen. It marked the first major step back from a statewide stay-at-home order in the country as Kemp hoped to kick start his state after weeks of pandemic-induced economic pain.But ripples of alarm were running through big and small towns alike in Georgia on Friday, as well as neighboring states, as the number of coronavirus deaths in the United States surpassed 51,000. The discontent and worry from mayors in urban and rural areas across the state of Georgia highlighted, on a state level, the dilemma facing the country as it looks toward getting back to business-as-usual — how to keep people safe with a patchwork system of stay-at-home orders in some places and grand reopenings in others.”There is so much

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