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 The number of COVID-19 cases is rising in Georgia, although infections in the state are not climbing as fast as those nationwide. The daily average of infections is more than 10% below the recent low on Oct. 8, and the average number of people in the hospital with the illness has been rising for a week. 

The number of counties where the state said COVID-19 may be spreading the fastest rose from 43 last week to 56 this week. Georgia has recorded more than 340,000 confirmed virus cases since March. As of Monday, the state had confirmed 7,657 COVID-19 deaths.

State and Local COVID-19 Numbers

Oct 16, 2020
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Georgia is currently reporting more than 337-thousand cumulative cases of COVID-19 infections, about 7,000 cases higher than last Friday, with the death toll at 7,559. Over 30,000 people have been hospitalized, with ICU admissions over 5,000. About 82% of all ICU beds in Georgia are occupied and 29.1% of adult ventilators are currently in use.  

 

COVID-19 Numbers for Georgia, Clarke County

Sep 29, 2020
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The state death toll from COVID-19 is nearing seven thousand. According to the latest numbers from the Georgia Department of Public Health, officials are reporting 6,994 deaths, with more than 28-thousand people hospitalized, including some 5,225 in ICU. There are more than 316,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus infections in the state.

Georgia's COVID Numbers Up

Sep 21, 2020
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Georgia is reporting more than 307-thousand cases of COVID-19 infections today, up about 5,000 since Friday, with the death toll at 6,604. Over 27-thousand people have been hospitalized, with ICU admissions over 5,000. About 79% of all ICU beds in Georgia are occupied and 30.9% of adult ventilators are currently in use.

COVID-19 Cases in Georgia

Sep 18, 2020
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Georgia is reporting more than 302-thousand cases of COVID-19 infections today, with the death toll at 6,537. Just over 27-thousand people have been hospitalized, with ICU admissions approaching 5,000.

Athens-Clarke County is reporting 4,821 cases of coronavirus infections and 41 deaths, that’s up three from Thursday’s numbers. Barrow County is reporting 2,054 case and 44 deaths, Jackson has 1,855 cases with 30 deaths, Madison County comes in with 657 cases and 8 deaths, Oconee County has 704 and 25 deaths and Oglethorpe County has 310 case with 11 deaths.

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