Screven County COVID-19 cases experience a large drop after winter rise
Screven County COVID-19 cases experience a large drop after winter rise

Screven County COVID-19 cases experience a large drop after winter rise

After a winter surge that infected over 400 residents and killed one, Screven County’s COVID-19 numbers look much better during the spring, officials say.

Between Feb. 25 and March 11, the district reported only one new case, according to Georgia Department of Public Health. This has not happened since November, just before the increase.

Screven County’s latest figures are also among the lowest in southeast Georgia, competing only with Jenkins County, which also reported only one new case recently.

The total life of Screven County is per. March 11, 1,811 reported cases, 36 confirmed deaths and 114 admissions.

Health experts continue to urge those with cold-like symptoms to be tested as early as possible to prevent further spread.

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