Some Georgia courts will be closing their doors Friday as part of an initiative to boost vaccination rates throughout the Peach State.

But which courts will shut down in solidarity with Gov. Brian Kemp’s push to get more state employees vaccinated hinges, in part, on how the court is funded.

Court of Appeals of Georgia Chief Judge Brian Rickman. Courtesy photo Court of Appeals of Georgia Chief Judge Brian Rickman. (Courtesy photo)

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