CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: 620 cases confirmed in Ga., 25 deaths

What you need to know Sunday

The number of deaths caused by coronavirus in Georgia grew to 25 Sunday evening, according to health officials. The Georgia Department of Public Health confirmed a total of at least 620 cases across the state.

The latest figures, released at 7 p.m., represent an increase of 20 cases since DPH's noontime report.

Additionally, cases have now been confirmed in 62 Georgia counties, up from 58 counties at noon and 56 the previous day.

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The number of confirmed cases in Fulton County rose to 111, up from 108 Sunday afternoon. Cobb County has the second most cases in the state with 67, followed by Bartow County with 56 and DeKalb County with 53.

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A total of 4,020 people have been tested for COVID-19 in the state, meaning about 15.4% of those tests came back positive for the highly contagious virus.

The confirmed cases are divided just about evenly among men and women. The largest portion of cases, about 60%, is made up of adults younger than 60.

Seniors account for 36% of all cases in Georgia, and just 1% are children. The ages of the remaining 3% are unknown.

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