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St. Simons Island residents, business workers allowed back in county Tuesday at noon with I.D.

(Source: Glynn County) (Source: Glynn County)
GLYNN CO., GA (WTOC) -

Residents will be allowed to re-enter St. Simons Island at noon on Tuesday, as officials implement Phase 3 of the Re-entry Plan. 

Only those who have proof of residency or are employed by a business located on St. Simons Island, and have proof, will be allowed access.

An ID card, such as a driver’s license, other government ID, or business ID, that shows your home address or business address on St. Simons is sufficient.  An ID with a non-resident of Glynn County with your name matching a business card with a business address on St. Simons is sufficient for access. 

The checkpoint for entry onto the island will be on Warde St. in Brunswick near the corner of US-17 and the FJ Torras Causeway.

A curfew will remain in place throughout Glynn County for the hours of midnight to 5:00 a.m.

As a reminder, the boil-water advisory for St. Simons Island remains in effect until lifted by the JWSC.

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