Fact vs. fiction: Official sources for coronavirus news With news about the new coronavirus continuing to emerge, there’s also a heavy dose of misinformation on social media. Here are official sources Georgians can use for information on COVID-19. Cobb County residents can visit the Cobb and Douglas Public Health website. DeKalb County residents can click over to the DeKalb Board of Health website. The Fulton County Board of Health website provides information on COVID-19 for residents. Gwinnett, Newton

A map of coronavirus cases in Georgia (updated March 29)

(Updated March 29, 2020 at 7 p.m.) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is keeping track of reported coronavirus cases across Georgia according to the Department of Public Health. See details in the map below. (NOTE: The current confirmed number of COVID-19 cases depends heavily on the frequency and widespread availability of testing. Individuals in different areas likely have very different access to testing, and may have different local norms about getting tested, which both affect the apparent number of infections.)

DEATHS: 83  (3.1%)  |  Deaths confirmed in Baker (1), Barrow (1), Bartow (1), Cherokee (1), Clarke (2), Clayton (1), Cobb (9), Coweta (2), DeKalb (3), Dougherty (17), Douglas (1), Early (1), Fayette (3), Floyd (2), Forsyth (1), Fulton (12), Gordon (1), Gwinnett (1), Heard (1), Henry (2), Houston (1), Lee (6), Lowndes (1), Peach (1), Pickens (1), Rockdale (1), Sumter (1), Terrell (2), Troup (1), Whitfield (2) and Worth (1). Unknown (2)

HOSPITALIZED: 678 (25.3%)

CONFIRMED CASES: 2,683  |  A case’s county is determined by the patient’s residence, when known, not by where they were treated. Cases are confirmed across 113 counties. For 226 cases, the county is unknown.

» DASHBOARD: Real-time stats and charts tracking coronavirus in Georgia

» MORE: Map tracks coronavirus globally in real time

Click on each county in the map below to learn more about the cases reported there.

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