Nov. 13 pandemic report: Fayette death toll hits 60, total cases 2,320

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Here’s the Covid-19 pandemic report from the Georgia Department of Public Health as of 2:50 p.m., Nov. 13:


THE NUMBERS: Fayette cases — 2,320 (+5 new cases more than the previous day’s reported total of 2,315.) The record for most cases reported in one day in Fayette was 47 on Aug. 28. The previous single-day record for Fayette cases reported was 40 on July 23. During the period of the past 2 weeks, Fayette has reported 177 confirmed new cases.

Fayette deaths — 60 deaths, 1 more than the previous report. The most recent fatality reported today was a Black male, age 68, with an underlying medical condition.

Fayette hospitalizations — 142, 2 more than the previous report.

Fayette death rate per 100K — 51.0 / fatalities per 100,000 persons.

GA total cases —382,505 (+2,315 more than the previous report of 380,190). The single-day record increase of new case reports is 4,813 on July 24. The largest daily increase previously was July 18 with 4,689 new cases.

GA deaths — 8,418 (15 more than the previous report of 8,403). The single-day record of report numbers is 122, set Aug. 11. Death rate of confirmed cases — 2.21%.

Probable deaths: 487 (+9) in Georgia, 1 (+0) in Fayette, 4 (+0) in Coweta. This category is defined by DPH (paraphrased) as individual fatalities who are antigen positive or individuals with compatible illnesses and known close contacts to likely Covid cases.

ICU admissions — 6,211 -6,191 (+20 more than the previous report of 6,191). The single-day record increase of Covid-19 admissions is 85 on July 24. The previous record single-day Covid-19 admissions number was 75, set July 21.

Hospitalizations (total) — 33,089 (+142 more than the previous report of 32,947), which is 8.65% of the total cumulative confirmed cases to date. The single-day record of hospital admissions for Covid-19 is 447 on July 21. The previous daily record was 442 admissions on April 7.

Molecular tests — Number of tests reported today — 31,137.


Information below represents statewide data from the Georgia Covid-19 Data Hub.


Information below represents Fayette County-level data from the Georgia Covid-19 Data Hub.


The chart and graphs below show statewide Covid-19 patient numbers, hospital beds and ventilators. Information taken from the Georgia Covid-19 Data Hub.


Below is a DPH chart of reported Covid-19-related deaths that have occurred in Fayette County since the start of the pandemic — 60 deaths attributed to the coronavirus.

The newest fatality is a Black male, age 68, with an underlying medical condition.

There are now 4 persons aged 90 — 2 white females and 2 white males — who are the oldest victims of Covid-19 in Fayette County. The youngest victim so far is a 49-year-old African-American woman with no known underlying medical conditions.

The chart — unchanged from yesterday — lists from left to right the age of the victim, the race, the sex, the county, and yes or no or unknown as to whether the victim had a comorbidity — an underlying medical condition:


Nov. 13 Cases by Age — Age 0 to 4: 23 (+0). Age 5 to 14: 90 (+0). Age 15 to 24: 443 (+2). Age 25 to 34: 291 (+0). Age 35 to 44: 304 (+0). Age 45 to 54: 410 (+1). Age 55 to 64: 361 (+1). Age 65 to 74: 225 (+0). Age 75 to 84: 116 (+1). Age 85 Plus: 52 (+0). Age Unknown: 5 (+0). TOTAL: 2,320 (+5).

Cases by Gender — Female: 1,229 (+3). Male: 1,072 (+2). Sex Unknown: 19 (+0).

Cases by Race — White: 954 (+9). Black: 601 (+5). Asian: 37 (+0). Other: 2 (+0). Race Unknown: 726 (-9).

Cases by Ethnicity — Hispanic/Latino: 154 (+1). Non-Hispanic/Latino: 1,336 (+12). Ethnicity Unknown: 830 (-8).

NEW METRIC — Percentage of positive tests in Fayette:

Last 2 weeks: 5.0% positive confirmations of all persons tested. In prior days, it was 5.5%; 5.4%; 5.6%; 5.5%; 5.0%; 4.9%; 5.1%; 5.1%; 5.1%; 5.4%; 5.3%; 4.8%; 4.6%; 4.2%.

Overall since start of testing: 5.6%. In prior days, it was 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.7%; 5.7%; 5.7%; 5.6%; 5.6%; 5.6%.


Coweta County: Confirmed infections  — 3,141 (+9 more cases than the previous day’s 3,132). For the past two weeks, Coweta has reported 133 new cases. Coweta is reporting 64 deaths, 1 more than the previous report. Coweta death rate per 100,000 population: 42.1. Coweta’s confirmed case rate: 2,066 cases per 100,000 persons overall, and 87 per 100K for the past 2 weeks. Hospitalizations: 159, 2 more than the previous report.

NEW METRIC — Percentage of positive tests in Coweta:

Last 2 weeks: 6.3% positive confirmations of all persons tested. In days prior, it was 6.2%; 6.1%; 6.2%; 6.5%; 6.5%; 6.6%; 6.8%; 6.5%; 6.8%; 7.4%; 7.4%; 7.0%; 7.3%; 7.5%.

Overall since start of testing: 7.8% on positive confirmations of all persons tested. In prior days it was 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.8%; 7.9%; 7.9%; 7.9%; 7.9%; 7.9%; 8.0%; 7.9%.


Covid-19 in neighboring counties

Fulton —  33,550 cases total, 649 deaths; Clayton — 8,988 cases, 187 deaths; Henry — 6,833 cases, 124 deaths; Coweta — 3,141 cases, 64 deaths; Fayette — 2,320 cases, 60 deaths; Spalding — 1,740 cases, 67 deaths.

Top 5 counties with most deaths: Fulton, 649; Cobb, 481; Gwinnett, 472; DeKalb, 423; Bibb, 212.


Below is the daily progression of cumulative reported Covid-19 cases and fatalities in Fayette County:

March 9 — 1 case, no deaths

March 13 — 5 cumulative cases, no deaths

March 17 — 5 cumulative cases, no deaths

March 19 — 9 cumulative cases, no deaths

March 20 — cumulative 9 cases, 1 death (male, 83, other medical conditions)

March 22 — 9 cumulative cases, 1 death

March 23 — 10 cumulative cases, 1 death

March 24 — 12 cumulative cases, 1 death.

March 25 — 12 cumulative cases, 1 death

March 26 — 14 cumulative cases, 2 deaths (no new details provided)

March 27 — 19 cumulative cases, 2 deaths

March 28 — 25 cumulative cases, 2 deaths

March 29 — 26 cumulative cases, 3 deaths (male, 83; male, 79; female, 77; all with underlying medical conditions)

March 30 — 32 cumulative cases, 3 deaths

March 31 — 44 cumulative cases, 4 deaths (female, 51, NO underlying medical condition)

April 1 — 48 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 2 — 52 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 3 — 58 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 4 — 62 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 5 — 67 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 6 — 74 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 7 — 79 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 8 — 85 cumulative cases, 4 deaths

April 9 — 89 cumulative cases, 3 deaths (one fewer than reported earlier, no explanation given by DPH, though likely a reclassification of cause of death of one person)

April 10 — 92 cumulative cases, 4 deaths (subtraction yesterday and addition today unexplained by DPH)

April 11 — 94 cumulative cases (#26 in state), 4 deaths

April 12 — 99 cumulative cases (#26 in state), 4 deaths

April 13 —105 cumulative cases (#26 in state), 5 deaths

April 14 — 112 cumulative cases, (#27 in state), 5 deaths

April 15 — 120 cumulative cases (#26 in state), 5 deaths

April 16 — 123 cumulative cases (#26 in state), 5 deaths

April 17 — 133 cumulative cases (#27 in state), 5 deaths

April 18 — 135 cumulative cases (#27 in state) with 5 deaths

April 19 — 139 cumulative cases (#27 in state) with 5 deaths

April 20— 140 cumulative cases (#27 in state) with 5 deaths

April 21 — 144 cumulative cases (#28 in state) with 8 deaths

April 22 — 145 cumulative cases (#28 in state) with 8 deaths

April 23 — 152 cumulative cases (#29 in state) with 8 deaths.

April 24 — 156 cumulative cases (#29 in state) with 8 deaths.

April 25 — 158 cumulative cases (#29 in state) with 8 deaths

April 26 — 161 cumulative cases (#31 in state) with 8 deaths

April 27 — 165 cumulative cases (#30 in state) with 8 deaths.

April 28 — 170 cumulative cases with 9 deaths; 29 hospitalizations.

April 29 — 171 cumulative cases with 9 deaths; 32 hospitalizations.

April 30 — 180 cumulative cases with 10 deaths; 33 hospitalizations.

May 1 — 177 (DPH revised number) cumulative cases with 10 deaths, 33 hospitalizations

May 2 — 180 cumulative cases with 10 deaths, 35 hospitalizations

May 3 — 182 cumulative cases with 10 deaths, 35 hospitalizations

May 4 — 188 cumulative cases with 10 deaths, 35 hospitalizations

May 5 — 185 cumulative cases (unexplained decline) with 10 deaths, 35 hospitalizations

May 6 — 194 cumulative cases with 10 deaths, 36 hospitalizations

May 7 — 188 cumulative cases (unexplained decline) with 11 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 8 — 190 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 9 — 194 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 10 — 199 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 11 — 200 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 12 — 201 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 13 — 202 cumulative cases with 12 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 14 — 201 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations (unexplained subtraction of 1 case, 1 death and 1 hospitalization from county totals).

May 15 — 205 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 16 — 206 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 17 — 207 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 18 — 206 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 19 — 211 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 20 — 214 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 34 hospitalizations.

May 21 — 215 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 34 hospitalizations.

May 22 — 213 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 34 hospitalizations.

May 23 — 217 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 24 — 220 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 25 — 221 cumulative cases with 11 deaths, 35 hospitalizations.

May 26 — 230 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 27 — 235 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 36 hospitalizations.

May 28 — 230 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 37 hospitalizations.

May 29 — 233 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 37 hospitalizations.

May 30 — 235 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 37 hospitalizations.

May 31 — 235 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 37 hospitalizations.

June 1 — 235 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 37 hospitalizations.

June 2 — 237 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 38 hospitalizations.

June 3 — 239 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 39 hospitalizations.

June 4 — 241 cumulative cases with 13 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 5 — 244 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 6 — 245 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 7 — 245 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 8 — 247 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 9 — 254 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 41 hospitalizations.

June 10 — 254 cumulative cases with 14 deaths, 41 hospitalizations.

June 11 — 258 cumulative cases with 14 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 12 — 259 cumulative cases with 14 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 13 — 260 cumulative cases with 14 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 14 — 261 cumulative cases with 14 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 15 — 261 cumulative cases with 15 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 16 — 270 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 17 — 271 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 18 — 271 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 40 hospitalizations.

June 19 — 278 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 41 hospitalizations.

June 20 — 279 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 41 hospitalizations.

June 21 — 280 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 42 hospitalizations.

June 22 — 292 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 43 hospitalizations.

June 23 — 299 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 44 hospitalizations.

June 24 — 305 cumulative cases with 16 deaths, 45 hospitalizations.

June 25 — 314 cumulative cases with 17 deaths, 45 hospitalizations.

June 26 — 322 cumulative cases with 17 deaths, 46 hospitalizations.

June 27 — 324 cumulative cases with 17 deaths, 46 hospitalizations.

June 28 — 326 cumulative cases with 17 deaths, 46 hospitalizations.

June 29 — 326 cumulative cases with 17 deaths, 46 hospitalizations.

June 30 — 341 cumulative cases (+15, single largest day increase of the pandemic so far) with 17 deaths, 48 hospitalizations; 106 new cases since June 1.

July 1 — 346 cumulative cases (+5) with 19 deaths, 48 hospitalizations.

July 2 — 363 cumulative cases (+17, single largest daily increase so far) with 19 deaths, 48 hospitalizations.

July 3 — 384 cumulative cases (+21, single largest daily increase so far) with 19 deaths, 48 hospitalizations.

July 4 — 408 cumulative cases (+24, new record daily increase) with 19 deaths, 48 hospitalizations.

July 5 — 414 cumulative cases (+6) with 19 deaths, 48 hospitalizations.

July 6 — 422 cumulative cases (+8) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 7 — 458 cumulative cases (+36 single largest daily increase so far for Fayette) with 19 deaths, 50 hospitalizations.

July 8 — 472 cumulative cases (+14) with 19 deaths, 50 hospitalizations.

July 9 — 476 cumulative cases (+4) with 19 deaths, 50 hospitalizations.

July 10 — 498 cumulative cases (+22) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 11 — 509 cumulative cases (+11) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 12 — 514 cumulative cases (+5) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 13 — 532 cumulative cases (+18) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 14 — 549 cumulative cases (+17) with 19 deaths, 49 hospitalizations.

July 15 — 565 cumulative cases (+16) with 20 deaths, 51 hospitalizations.

July 16 — 584 cumulative cases (+19) with 20 deaths, 52 hospitalizations.

July 17 — 612 cumulative cases (+28) with 20 deaths, 54 hospitalizations.

July 18 — 629 cumulative cases (+17) with 20 deaths, 56 hospitalizations.

July 19 — 654 cumulative cases (+25) with 20 deaths, 56 hospitalizations.

July 20 — 669 cumulative cases (+15) with 20 deaths, 56 hospitalizations.

July 21 — 693 cumulative cases (+24) with 21 deaths, 56 hospitalizations.

July 22 — 702 cumulative cases (+9) with 21 deaths, 56 hospitalizations.

July 23 — 742 cumulative cases (+40, a new record daily increase) with 21 deaths, 57 hospitalizations.

July 24 — 764 cumulative cases (+22) with 23 deaths, 58 hospitalizations.

July 25 — 788 cumulative cases (+24) with 23 deaths, 58 hospitalizations.

July 26 — 805 cumulative cases (+17) with 23 deaths, 58 hospitalizations.

July 27 — 825 cumulative cases (+20) with 23 deaths, 58 hospitalizations.

July 28 — 855 cumulative cases (+30) with 23 deaths, 58 hospitalizations.

July 29 — 873 cumulative cases (+18) with 24 deaths, 59 hospitalizations.

July 30 — 898 cumulative cases (+25) with 24 deaths, 61 hospitalizations.

July 31 — 918 cumulative cases (+20) with 24 deaths, 62 hospitalizations.

Aug. 1 — 949 cumulative cases (+31) with 25 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 2 — 970 cumulative cases (+21) with 25 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 3 — 980 cumulative cases (+10) with 25 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 4 — 994 cumulative cases (+14) with 25 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 5 — 1,028 cumulative cases (+34) with 25 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 6 — 1,047 cumulative cases (+19) with 26 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 7 — 1,078 cumulative cases (+31) with 28 deaths, 63 hospitalizations.

Aug. 8 — 1,100 cumulative cases (+22) with 28 deaths, 64 hospitalizations.

Aug. 9 — 1,120 cumulative cases (+20) with 28 deaths, 64 hospitalizations.

Aug. 10 — 1,131 cumulative cases (+11) with 29 deaths, 64 hospitalizations.

Aug. 11 — 1,159 cumulative cases (+28) with 30 deaths, 65 hospitalizations.

Aug. 12 — 1,187 cumulative cases (+28) with 31 deaths, 67 hospitalizations.

Aug. 13 — 1,210 cumulative cases (+23) with 32 deaths, 67 hospitalizations.

Aug. 14 — 1,243 cumulative cases (+33) with 33 deaths, 68 hospitalizations.

Aug. 15 — 1,263 cumulative cases (+20) with 33 deaths, 68 hospitalizations.

Aug. 16 — 1,277 cumulative cases (+14) with 34 deaths, 68 hospitalizations.

Aug. 17 — 1,305 cumulative cases (+28) with 34 deaths, 68 hospitalizations.

Aug. 18 — 1,341 cumulative cases (+36) with 34 deaths, 71 hospitalizations.

Aug. 19 — 1,365 cumulative cases (+24) with 34 deaths, 71 hospitalizations.

Aug. 20 — 1,388 cumulative cases (+23) with 34 deaths, 73 hospitalizations.

Aug. 21 — 1,394 cumulative cases (+6) with 34 deaths, 73 hospitalizations.

Aug. 22 — 1,404 cumulative cases (+10) with 35 deaths, 73 hospitalizations.

Aug. 23 — 1,412 cumulative cases (+8) with 36 deaths, 73 hospitalizations.

Aug. 24 — 1,419 cumulative cases (+7) with 36 deaths, 73 hospitalizations.

Aug. 25 — 1,434 cumulative cases (+15) with 36 deaths, 74 hospitalizations.

Aug. 26 — 1,453 cumulative cases (+19) with 36 deaths, 76 hospitalizations.

Aug. 27 — 1,492 cumulative cases (+39) with 36 deaths, 77 hospitalizations.

Aug. 28 — 1,539 cumulative cases (+47, a new record daily increase) with 38 deaths, 79 hospitalizations.

Aug. 29 — 1,564 cumulative cases (+25) with 38 deaths, 79 hospitalizations.

Aug. 30 — 1,568 cumulative cases (+4) with 38 deaths, 80 hospitalizations.

Aug. 31 — 1,573 cumulative cases (+5) with 38 deaths, 81 hospitalizations.

Sept. 1 — 1,585 cumulative cases (+12) with 38 deaths, 81 hospitalizations.

Sept. 2 — 1,595 cumulative cases (+10) with 39 deaths, 81 hospitalizations.

Sept. 3 — 1,606 cumulative cases (+11) with 39 deaths, 82 hospitalizations.

Sept. 4 — 1,613 cumulative cases (+7) with 40 deaths, 83 hospitalizations.

Sept. 5 — 1,624 cumulative cases (+11) with 41 deaths, 84 hospitalizations.

Sept. 6 — 1,628 cumulative cases (+4) with 43 deaths, 84 hospitalizations.

Sept. 7 — 1,628 cumulative cases (+0, NO new cases reported) with 43 deaths, 84 hospitalizations.

Sept. 8 — 1,632 cumulative cases (+4) with 43 deaths, 85 hospitalizations.

Sept. 9 — 1,644 cumulative cases (+12) with 43 deaths, 85 hospitalizations.

Sept. 10 — 1,653 cumulative cases (+9) with 44 deaths, 87 hospitalizations.

Sept. 11 — 1,657 cumulative cases (+4) with 44 deaths, 87 hospitalizations.

Sept. 12 — 1,667 cumulative cases (+10) with 45 deaths, 89 hospitalizations.

Sept. 13 — 1,675 cumulative cases (+8) with 45 deaths, 89 hospitalizations.

Sept. 14 — 1,681 cumulative cases (+6) with 45 deaths, 89 hospitalizations.

Sept. 15 — 1,693 cumulative cases (+12) with 47 deaths, 93 hospitalizations.

Sept. 16 — 1,701 cumulative cases (+8) with 47 deaths, 94 hospitalizations.

Sept. 17 — 1,715 cumulative cases (+14) with 48 deaths, 95 hospitalizations.

Sept. 18 — 1,725 cumulative cases (+10) with 48 deaths, 97 hospitalizations.

Sept. 19 — 1,734 cumulative cases (+9) with 49 deaths, 97 hospitalizations.

Sept. 20 — 1,745 cumulative cases (+11) with 49 deaths, 97 hospitalizations.

Sept. 21 — 1,752 cumulative cases (+7) with 49 deaths, 97 hospitalizations.

Sept. 22 — 1,754 cumulative cases (+2) with 49 deaths, 100 hospitalizations.

Sept. 23 — 1,763 cumulative cases (+9) with 49 deaths, 101 hospitalizations.

Sept. 24 — 1,789 cumulative cases (+26) with 49 deaths, 102 hospitalizations.

Sept. 25 — 1,808 cumulative cases (+19) with 49 deaths, 104 hospitalizations.

Sept. 26 — 1,840 cumulative cases (+32) with 50 deaths, 103 hospitalizations (minus 1).

Sept. 27 — 1,850 cumulative cases (+10) with 50 deaths, 103 hospitalizations.

Sept. 28 — 1,855 cumulative cases (+5) with 50 deaths, 104 hospitalizations.

Sept. 29 — 1,860 cumulative cases (+5) with 50 deaths, 104 hospitalizations.

Sept. 30 — 1,877 cumulative cases (+17) with 50 deaths, 104 hospitalizations.

Oct. 1 — 1,896 cumulative cases (+19) with 50 deaths, 105 hospitalizations.

Oct. 2 — 1,906 cumulative cases (+10) with 52 deaths, 106 hospitalizations.

Oct. 3 — 1,914 cumulative cases (+8) with 52 deaths, 106 hospitalizations.

Oct. 4 — 1,922 cumulative cases (+8) with 52 deaths, 108 hospitalizations.

Oct. 5 — 1,925 cumulative cases (+3) with 52 deaths, 108 hospitalizations.

Oct. 6 — 1,931 cumulative cases (+6) with 52 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 7 — 1,937 cumulative cases (+6) with 52 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 8 — 1,947 cumulative cases (+10) with 52 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 9 — 1,954 cumulative cases (+7) with 51 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 10 — 1,953 cumulative cases (-1) with 51 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 11 — 1,962 cumulative cases (+9) with 51 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 12 — 1,966 cumulative cases (+4) with 51 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 13 — 1,979 cumulative cases (+13) with 52 deaths, 112 hospitalizations.

Oct. 14 — 1,987 cumulative cases (+8) with 51 deaths, 111 hospitalizations.

Oct. 15 — 2,005 cumulative cases (+18) with 52 deaths, 112 hospitalizations.

Oct. 16 — 2,012 cumulative cases (+7) with 52 deaths, 114 hospitalizations.

Oct. 17 — 2,019 cumulative cases (+7) with 52 deaths, 118 hospitalizations.

Oct. 18 —2,040 cumulative cases (+21) with 52 deaths, 119 hospitalizations.

Oct. 19 —2,049 cumulative cases (+9) with 53 deaths, 119 hospitalizations.

Oct. 20 — 2,062 cumulative cases (+13) with 53 deaths, 122 hospitalizations.

Oct. 21 — 2,073 cumulative cases (+11) with 55 deaths, 123 hospitalizations.

Oct. 22 — 2,087 cumulative cases (+14) with 56 deaths, 124 hospitalizations.

Oct. 23 — 2,101 cumulative cases (+14) with 56 deaths, 125 hospitalizations.

Oct. 24 — 2,104 cumulative cases (+3) with 57 deaths, 128 hospitalizations.

Oct. 25 — 2,116 cumulative cases (+12) with 57 deaths, 128 hospitalizations.

Oct. 26 — 2,123 cumulative cases (+7) with 57 deaths, 128 hospitalizations.

Oct. 27 — 2,129 cumulative cases (+6) with 57 deaths, 132 hospitalizations.

Oct. 28 — 2,129 cumulative cases (+0) with 57 deaths, 133 hospitalizations.

Oct. 29 — 2,135 cumulative cases (+6) with 57 deaths, 134 hospitalizations.

Oct. 30 — 2,145 cumulative cases (+10) with 57 deaths, 135 hospitalizations.

Oct. 31 — 2,172 cumulative cases (+27) with 57 deaths, 135 hospitalizations.

Nov. 1 — 2,193 cumulative cases (+21) with 57 deaths, 135 hospitalizations.

Nov. 2 — 2,203 cumulative cases (+10) with 57 deaths, 136 hospitalizations.

Nov. 3 — 2,217 cumulative cases (+14) with 57 deaths, 137 hospitalizations.

Nov. 4 — 2,227 cumulative cases (+10) with 57 deaths, 137 hospitalizations.

Nov. 5 — 2,239 cumulative cases (+12) with 57 deaths, 137 hospitalizations.

Nov. 6 — 2,248 cumulative cases (+9) with 57 deaths, 138 hospitalizations.

Nov. 7 — 2,255 cumulative cases (+7) with 58 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 8 — 2,270 cumulative cases (+15) with 58 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 9 — 2,279 cumulative cases (+9) with 58 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 10 — 2,290 cumulative cases (+11) with 58 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 11 — 2,296 cumulative cases (+6) with 59 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 12 — 2,315 cumulative cases (+19) with 59 deaths, 140 hospitalizations.

Nov. 13 — 2,320 cumulative cases (+5) with 60 deaths, 142 hospitalizations.


Here’s what the raw numbers of new hospital patients across the state of Georgia  day over day look like:

• March 26 — 79 new patients, 20% increase over previous 24-hour period

• March 27 — 93 new patients, 19.9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• March 28 — 51 new patients, 9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• March 29 — 49 new patients, 7.9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• March 30 — 41 new patients, 6.1% increase over previous 24-hour period

• March 31 — 111 new patients, 15.7% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 1 — 134 new patients, 16.3% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 2 — 104 new patients, 10.9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 3 — 102 new patients, 9.6% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 4 — 81 new patients, 6.9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 5 — 44 new patients, 3.5% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 6 — 48 new patients, 3.8% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 7 — 442 new patients, 33.1% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 8 — 206 new patients, 11.6% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 9 — 179 new patients, 9% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 10 — 192 new patients, 8.8% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 11 — 128 new patients, 5.4% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 12 — 26 new patients, 1% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 13 — 81 new patients, 3.29% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 14 — 183 new patients, 7% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 15 — 153 new patients, 5.5% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 16 — 118 new patients, 4% increase over previous day’s report

• April 17 — 284 new patients, 9.3% increase over previous day’s report

• April 18 — 96 new patients, 2.8% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 19 — 44 new patients, 1.2% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 20 — 86 new patients, 2.4% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 21 — 229 new patients, 6.4% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 22 — 180 new patients, 4.7% increase over previous 24-hour period

• April 23 — 110 new patients, 2.7% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 24 — 152 new patients, 3.7% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 25 — 105 new patients, 2.4% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 26 — 33 new patients, 0.01% (one-tenth of 1 percent) increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 27 — 74 new patients, 1.6% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 28 — 345 new patients, 7.7% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 29 — 170 new patients, 3.5% increase over previous 24-hour period.

• April 30 — 162 new patients, 3.2% increase over the previous 24-hour period.

• May 1 — 108 new patients, 2.1% increase over the previous 24-hour period.

• May 2 — 122 new patients, 2.3% increase over the previous 24-hour period.

• May 3 — 53 new patients, 0.9% increase over the previous 24-hour period.

• May 4 —  36 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 0.6% over the previous day.

• May 5 —  145 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 2.6% over the previous day.

• May 6 —  135 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 2.4% over the previous day.

• May 7 —  86 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.5% over the previous day.

• May 8 —  91 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.5% over the previous day.

• May 9 —  95 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.6% over the previous day.

• May 10 —  13 newly hospitalized patients, increase of under 1% over the previous day.

• May 11 —  21 newly hospitalized patients, increase of less than 1% over the previous day.

• May 12 —  115 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.9% over the previous day.

• May 13 —  98 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.5% over the previous day.

• May 14 — 117 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.8% over the previous day.

• May 15 — 93 newly hospitalized patients, increase of 1.4% over the previous day.

• May 16 — 297 newly hospitalized patients; [new metric provided by DPH] new ICU admissions are 20, statewide.

• May 17 — 55 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 3, statewide.

• May 18 — 126 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 8, statewide.

• May 19 — 86 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 19, statewide.

• May 20 — 105 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 33, statewide.

• May 21 — 128 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 25, statewide.

• May 22 — 78 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 16, statewide.

• May 23 — 98 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 20, statewide.

• May 24 — 28 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 5, statewide.

• May 25 — 36 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 3, statewide.

• May 26 — 72 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 17, statewide.

• May 27 — 119 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 32, statewide.

• May 28 — 101 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 26, statewide.

• May 29 — 85 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 19, statewide.

• May 30 — 69 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 10, statewide.

• May 31 — 25 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 4, statewide.

• June 1 — 181 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 6, statewide.

• June 2 — 207 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 21, statewide.

• June 3 — 85 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 20, statewide.

• June 4 — 138 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 31, statewide.

• June 5 — 89 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 25, statewide.

• June 6 — 16 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 4, statewide.

• June 7 — 23 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 8, statewide.

• June 8 — 61 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 16, statewide.

• June 9 — 126 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 35, statewide.

• June 10 — 102 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 31, statewide.

• June 11 — 99 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 15, statewide.

• June 12 — 108 newly hospitalized patients; new ICU admissions are 15, statewide.

• June 13 — 43 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 8.

• June 14 — 24 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 5.

• June 15 — 74 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 9.

• June 16 — 132 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 22.

• June 17 — 89 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 19.

• June 18 — 120 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 25.

• June 19 — 109 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 13.

• June 20 — 65 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 18.

• June 21 — 27 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• June 22 — 89 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 11.

• June 23 — 170 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 19.

• June 24 — 190 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 32.

• June 25 — 144 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 16.

• June 26 — 148 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 22.

• June 27 — 84 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• June 28 — 22 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 7.

• June 29 — 113 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 21.

• June 30 — 227 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• July 1 — 224 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• July 2 — 225 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 32.

• July 3 — 153 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 24.

• July 4 — 90 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 12.

• July 5 — 32 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• July 6 — 144 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 12.

• July 7 — 307 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 30.

• July 8 — 274 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 31.

• July 9 — 106 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• July 10 — 331 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 46.

• July 11 — 268 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 45.

• July 12 — 54 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 11.

• July 13 — 217 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 22.

• July 14 — 209 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 19.

• July 15 — 417 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 59. The ICU admissions total of 59 is a new 1-day record.

• July 16 — 244 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• July 17 — 301 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 45.

• July 18 — 298 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 38.

• July 19 — 49 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• July 20 — 37 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 7.

• July 21 — 447 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 75. Both are new single-day records since the beginning of the pandemic.

• July 22 — 428 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 63.

• July 23 — 431 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 67.

• July 24 — 399 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 85. New daily increase record for ICU admissions.

• July 25 — 277 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 39.

• July 26 — 62 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 10.

• July 27 — 47 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• July 28 — 406 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 64.

• July 29 — 420 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 65.

• July 30 — 339 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 53.

• July 31 — 386 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 60.

• Aug. 1 — 306 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 61.

• Aug. 2 — 69 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 21.

• Aug. 3 — 60 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 16.

• Aug. 4 — 302 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 44.

• Aug. 5 — 362 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 60.

• Aug. 6 — 214 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 31.

• Aug. 7 — 280 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 53.

• Aug. 8 — 274 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 39.

• Aug. 9 — 72 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 13

• Aug. 10 — 48 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 15.

• Aug. 11 — 355 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 65.

• Aug. 12 — 348 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 97.

• Aug. 13 — 202 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Aug. 14 —237 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 36.

• Aug. 15 —210 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 43.

• Aug. 16 —59 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 8.

• Aug. 17 —46 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 11.

• Aug. 18 —296 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 56.

• Aug. 19 — 235 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 26.

• Aug. 20 — 216 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 42.

• Aug. 21 — 245 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 33.

• Aug. 22 — 200 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 33.

• Aug. 23 — 44 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 14.

• Aug. 24 — 56 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 7.

• Aug. 25 — 292 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 50.

• Aug. 26 — 222 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 38.

• Aug. 27 — 188 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 37.

• Aug. 28 — 208 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 36.

• Aug. 29 — 198 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 46.

• Aug. 30 — 39 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 10.

• Aug. 31 — 32 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• Sept. 1 — 243 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 44.

• Sept. 2 — 178 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 51.

• Sept. 3 — 234 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 40.

• Sept. 4 — 143 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 36.

• Sept. 5 — 99 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• Sept. 6 — 22 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Sept. 7 — (Labor Day report) 15 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Sept. 8 — 51 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 11.

• Sept. 9 — 256 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 38.

• Sept. 10 — 217 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 40.

• Sept. 11 — 101 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 18.

• Sept. 12 — 164 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 24.

• Sept. 13 — 42 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 9.

• Sept. 14 — 25 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Sept. 15 — 271 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 40.

• Sept. 16 — 219 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 42.

• Sept. 17 — 170 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 33.

• Sept. 18 — 149 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 21.

• Sept. 19 — 135 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 26.

• Sept. 20 — 39 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 10.

• Sept. 21 — 17 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Sept. 22 — 96 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 21.

• Sept. 23 — 259 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 51.

• Sept. 24 — 154 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 43.

• Sept. 25 — 132 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 36.

• Sept. 26 — 118 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 20.

• Sept. 27 — 26 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 11.

• Sept. 28 — 18 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 7.

• Sept. 29 — 142 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 31.

• Sept. 30 — 183 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 44.

• Oct. 1 — 146 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 31.

• Oct. 2 — 123 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 37.

• Oct. 3 — 133 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• Oct. 4 — 34 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 9.

• Oct. 5 — 29 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 7.

• Oct. 6 — 167 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 35.

• Oct. 7 — 154 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Oct. 8 — 154 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 14.

• Oct. 9 — 124 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 29.

• Oct. 10 — 101 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 26.

• Oct. 11 — 24 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Oct. 12 — 21 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Oct. 13 — 106 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 9.

• Oct. 14 — 156 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 23.

• Oct. 15 — 163 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Oct. 16 — 136 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Oct. 17 — 133 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 40.

• Oct. 18 — 26 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 9.

• Oct. 19 — 12 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 2.

• Oct. 20 — 153 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 36.

• Oct. 21 — 135 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 33.

• Oct. 22 — 153 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 40.

• Oct. 23 — 120 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 27.

• Oct. 24 — 97 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 21.

• Oct. 25 — 22 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 3.

• Oct. 26 — 19 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• Oct. 27 — 169 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 30.

• Oct. 28 — 114 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 29.

• Oct. 29 — 146 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 39.

• Oct. 30 — 90 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 13.

• Oct. 31 — 93 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• Nov. 1 — 21 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• Nov. 2 — 15 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 2.

• Nov. 3 — 158 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Nov. 4 — 149 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 34.

• Nov. 5 — 175 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 27.

• Nov. 6 — 100 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 17.

• Nov. 7 — 118 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 16.

• Nov. 8 — 33 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 4.

• Nov. 9 — 15 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 2.

• Nov. 10 — 148 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 41.

• Nov. 11 — 175 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 33.

• Nov. 12 — 141 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 20.

• Nov. 13 — 142 newly hospitalized patients; new statewide ICU admissions are 20.