Coronavirus deaths and cases in Georgia (updated Nov. 16)

An updated count of coronavirus deaths and cases reported across the state

UPDATED Nov. 16, 3 p.m.: As of April 18, the Georgia Department of Public Health releases its coronavirus reports once a week on Wednesdays at 3 p.m. The data on this page will follow those weekly updates.

CONFIRMED CASES: 2,258,328 | Note: The DPH reports that starting on March 30 and into the next several days, it expects to clear a backlog of cases from a laboratory that were not previously recorded. DPH noted that the majority of these cases were from December 2021 and January 2022, and do not represent a spike of new cases in late March.

CONFIRMED DEATHS: 33,975 | This figure does not include additional cases that the DPH reports as suspected COVID-19-related deaths. County is determined by the patient’s residence, when known, not by where they were treated.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is keeping track of reported coronavirus deaths and cases across Georgia according to the Department of Public Health. See details in the map below. See the DPH’s guide to their data for more information about definitions.

» CORONAVIRUS DASHBOARD: The AJC’s page of real-time charts tracking the virus

 

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