Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.While some Georgians breathed a sigh of relief Friday when Gov. Brian Kemp allowed some non-essential businesses to reopen, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued a warning to those looking to get back to their daily lives during the coronavirus pandemic.The Democrat on Saturday tweeted a chart that showed an increased rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia, the U.S. and the world since last week.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE“If you’re getting your nails done right now, please share these noon numbers with your manicurist,” Bottoms wrote, adding the hashtag “Stay Home Georgia.”The table in Bottoms’ tweet showed that Georgia had 904 deaths as of Saturday, a 34 percent increase from the week before. The number of cases rose to 22,695, up 28 percent from the week prior.Georgia has one of the lowest testing rates in the nation, with at least 23,401 confirmed cases and 912 deaths as of Sunday.Bottoms has been an outspoken critic of the Republican governor’s decision to allow some businesses to resume operations after he earlier shut them by executive order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.GEORGIA SALON OWNERS ‘THRILLED’ TO REOPEN AS STATE EASES CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS ON BUSINESSESPresident

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