COVID-19 cases in Georgia lowest since before the delta wave last summer – WSB-TV Channel 2
COVID-19 cases in Georgia lowest since before the delta wave last summer – WSB-TV Channel 2

COVID-19 cases in Georgia lowest since before the delta wave last summer – WSB-TV Channel 2

ATLANTA – New cases of COVID-19 in Georgia are at their lowest since July 2021, before the virus’ delta wave.

The Georgia Department of Health on Monday confirmed only 182 new confirmed cases of the virus. The current moving 7-day average of new cases is 506.

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Cases of the virus have dropped by 43% in the last two weeks, and the number of deaths has dropped by 30%. Hospital admissions have also fallen by 37% in the last two weeks.

Most of Georgia is now considered to be in the low-risk zone for COVID-19, although some parts of southeastern Georgia remain high-risk. Some counties in the northwest subway area of ​​Atlanta are at moderate risk.

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More than 30,000 Georgians have died from the virus since the beginning of the pandemic.

COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for all five years and up. At least 63% of Georgians have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 56% have been fully vaccinated.

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Only 2,723 of the 30,441 Georgians who died from the virus were vaccinated.


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