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

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

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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