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What’s the COVID-19 Update for Georgia? [05/02/20]

Here’s the most recent data from DPH for Saturday – May 2nd –>

Information as of 11:35 A.M. – May 2, 2020

These data represent confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to the Georgia Department of Public Health. A confirmed case is defined as a person who has tested positive for 2019 novel coronavirus.


Total case numbers by county are below.

COUNTY TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES PER 100K TOTAL DEATHS HOSPITALIZATIONS
Fulton 2923 265.93 122 546
DeKalb 2128 268.3 50 403
Gwinnett 1918 197.5 58 360
Cobb 1748 221.1 96 480
Hall 1601 775.87 22 214
Dougherty 1534 1706.25 124 313
Non-Georgia Resident 1073 0 14 66
Clayton 777 254.89 33 138
Unknown 651 0 38
Henry 508 211.78 13 60
Cherokee 481 180.41 13 89
Richmond 413 204.21 16 117
Sumter 383 1302.77 28 99
Carroll 380 316.35 14 71
Habersham 339 740.17 8 51
Douglas 335 220.53 11 97
Lee 327 1091.05 20 46
Forsyth 326 129.11 10 45
Bartow 324 292.5 31 119
Muscogee 319 166.47 7 57
Mitchell 318 1441.78 31 69
Bibb 316 207.69 10 90
Houston 237 150.92 14 74
Chatham 230 78.72 9 55
Baldwin 228 513.19 8 43
Upson 226 860.07 18 21
Early 214 2109.21 20 11
Spalding 214 309.65 10 36
Coweta 213 140.13 4 37
Newton 205 182.46 7 35
Paulding 194 112.44 8 52
Rockdale 194 204.3 6 44
Thomas 191 429.88 19 45
Colquitt 187 411.96 9 11
Terrell 185 2184.95 19 31
Fayette 181 153.98 10 35
Crisp 167 749.25 3 33
Columbia 163 102.75 4 25
Randolph 163 2413.38 19 27
Worth 160 794.36 11 31
Lowndes 158 134.04 4 28
Clarke 156 120.2 13 30
Butts 152 603.8 16 16
Troup 151 214.45 4 44
Barrow 149 172.49 4 43
Floyd 145 145.12 11 36
Coffee 143 332.23 7 41
Dooly 131 977.61 9 35
Walton 131 136.72 4 21
Ware 130 362.59 11 37
Tift 122 298.8 5 35
Whitfield 118 112.73 4 15
Gordon 113 194.66 12 26
Jackson 105 140.56 2 17
Calhoun 103 1630.52 4 7
Decatur 90 341.92 1 10
Wilcox 90 1023.89 9 15
Burke 86 384.93 3 15
Stephens 84 319.05 1 21
Macon 81 623.65 3 28
Gilmer 73 232.36 0 13
White 73 229.86 0 18
Appling 72 387.91 6 12
Turner 69 854.38 8 10
Dawson 65 240.55 1 12
Oconee 65 155.74 0 9
Grady 64 260.8 4 18
Harris 61 175.73 2 9
Laurens 61 128.97 1 12
Walker 60 86.19 0 1
Brooks 59 375.15 6 4
Glynn 59 68.57 1 11
Polk 59 135.69 0 11
Lumpkin 58 171.59 2 11
Hancock 57 695.72 2 9
Greene 56 299.19 2 17
Peach 56 204.57 2 15
Johnson 55 569.3 2 10
Pierce 55 281.4 3 15
Bryan 54 137.98 3 17
Meriwether 54 256.9 0 9
Oglethorpe 50 328.08 3 11
Catoosa 48 69.8 0 5
McDuffie 45 208.36 4 13
Washington 44 216.73 2 5
Bulloch 42 52.85 2 9
Marion 42 506.45 1 8
Putnam 42 191.91 5 8
Lamar 40 206.75 1 4
Pike 40 212.09 2 7
Liberty 37 59.77 0 11
Effingham 36 56.23 1 11
Wilkinson 35 392.42 2 13
Camden 33 61.2 1 6
Miller 33 572.52 0 1
Murray 33 81.97 1 5
Union 33 130.25 1 10
Pulaski 31 284.59 1 7
Toombs 31 114.89 3 8
Fannin 30 113.98 1 4
Seminole 30 368.55 2 7
Haralson 29 94.39 1 7
Jones 29 101.43 0 4
Banks 28 140.13 0 7
Ben Hill 28 168.22 0 2
Dodge 28 137.36 1 6
Morgan 28 146.31 0 3
Telfair 28 178.98 0 5
Elbert 27 142.52 0 2
Pickens 27 80.52 2 8
Talbot 26 422.22 1 13
Bacon 25 219.22 1 3
Clay 25 875.66 3 4
Cook 25 143.37 1 5
Stewart 25 407.9 0 7
Wilkes 25 249.65 0 5
Madison 24 79.53 1 5
Monroe 24 86.56 3 7
Baker 23 738.13 2 8
Brantley 23 119.78 2 1
Jasper 23 161.98 0 3
Towns 22 182.82 1 7
Emanuel 21 92.66 0 3
Bleckley 20 155.79 0 0
Franklin 20 85.73 1 5
Jeff Davis 20 132.03 1 4
Crawford 18 147.2 0 4
Taylor 18 226.19 2 8
Berrien 17 88.19 0 1
Chattooga 16 64.6 2 3
Dade 16 99 1 3
Irwin 16 169.62 1 2
Jenkins 16 186.57 1 4
Schley 16 303.32 1 7
Jefferson 15 97.96 1 3
Screven 15 107.91 1 6
Rabun 14 82.42 0 6
Warren 13 249.52 0 3
Wayne 13 43.37 0 2
Chattahoochee 12 111.64 0 5
Lincoln 12 147.69 0 5
Charlton 11 83.01 0 3
Hart 11 42.13 0 0
Heard 11 88.92 1 3
Atkinson 10 120.05 1 3
Webster 10 392.16 2 5
Lanier 9 86.95 1 4
Tattnall 9 35.42 0 1
Clinch 8 120.19 0 2
Twiggs 8 98.94 0 3
Candler 7 64.59 0 1
McIntosh 6 41.19 0 2
Echols 5 125.98 0 0
Evans 5 46.79 0 0
Long 5 25.11 0 2
Quitman 5 217.96 1 3
Wheeler 5 63.22 0 0
Montgomery 3 32.52 0 2
Treutlen 3 43.93 0 0
Taliaferro 0 0 0 0

 

 

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    NELDA SMITH

    May 2, 2020 at 1:43 pm

    THIS IS DISGUSTING. IT’S TIME TO STOP THIS FOOLISHNESS! ARE DOCTORS GIVING PATIENTS HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE, ZINC & AZRITHROMYCIN (Z-PACKS)? IT WORKS.

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