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Coweta reports 4 new COVID-19 cases


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  • Jun. 17, 2020 - 3:59 PM

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Coweta reports 4 new COVID-19 cases

The Newnan Times-Herald

(June 16, 2020) – Coweta County’s COVID-19 cases rose to 519 Tuesday, up from 515 on Monday, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.

Coweta had 53 hospitalizations and a case rate of 341.45 (+2.64) per 100,000 Cowetans, according to the DPH. Twelve people have died from COVID-19 in Coweta County.

Across Georgia, the DPH reported 59,078 cases Tuesday, up 644 from Monday, and 2,529 deaths (+35). The DPH also reported a total of 9,454 hospitalizations (+132) since the crisis began and 2,065 admissions (+22) to intensive care units.

A total of 747,348 tests (+4,392) for active and previous infections have been performed at drive-thru sites and facilities statewide, with an 8.1* percent positive rate.


In neighboring counties, DPH reported the following on Tuesday:

Carroll County – 619 cases (+5) and 39 deaths (+2). Hospitalizations: 108. Case rate per 100,000 people: 515.32 (+4.16).

Fayette County – 270 cases (+9) and 16 deaths (+1). Hospitalizations: 40. Case rate per 100,000 people: 222.04 (+7.66).

Fulton County – 5,157 cases (-9**) and 295 deaths (+5) . Hospitalizations: 957 (+7). Case rate per 100,000 people: 468.35 (-0.82).

Heard County – 45 cases (+2) and 3 deaths. Hospitalizations: 8 (+1). Case rate per 100,000 people: 347.62 (+16.16).

Meriwether County – 133 cases (+6) and 3 deaths. Hospitalizations: 19. Case rate per 100,000 people: 363.78 (+28.54).

Spalding County – 326 cases (+9) and 25 deaths (+1). Hospitalizations: 59 (+2). Case rate per 100,000 people: 471.71 (+13.02).

Troup County – 805 cases (+13) and 23 deaths. Hospitalizations: 100 (+1). Case rate per 100,000 people: 1124.78 (+18.46).

*The number of positive tests is not the same as the number of cases. Some tests may not be reported to DPH through electronic laboratory reporting, and numbers may include multiple tests performed on the same individual.

**Multiple providers and facilities can enter data into the DPH’s reportable disease surveillance system. Because of this, cases may sometimes be inadvertently duplicated. Duplicates are deleted from the system as soon as they are discovered, which occasionally can result in a decrease in the number of reported cases.

For more information and statistics on the outbreak in Georgia, visit https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-... .

The disease in the U.S. and worldwide

COVID-19 is the disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which was identified after health officials reported a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, to the World Health Organization in late 2019.

Since then, more than 7.9 million people have been sickened by COVID-19 in 216 countries, areas and territories, and more than 434,000 have died, according to the WHO.

More than 116,000 COVID-19-related deaths and 2.1 million confirmed infections have been reported in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which reported 18,577 new cases and 496 new deaths between Monday and Tuesday.

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Coweta County Case History

3/22 - 9 cases, 0 deaths

3/23 - 9 cases, 2 deaths

3/24 - 10 cases, 2 deaths

3/25 - 10 cases, 2 deaths

3/26 - 14 cases, 2 deaths

3/27 - 19 cases, 2 deaths

3/28 - 20 cases, 2 deaths

3/29 - 23 cases, 2 deaths

3/30 - 37 cases, 2 deaths

3/31 - 41 cases, 2 deaths

4/1 - 42 cases, 2 deaths

4/2 - 48 cases, 2 deaths

4/3 - 56 cases, 2 deaths

4/4 - 64 cases, 2 deaths

4/5 - 67 cases, 2 deaths

4/6 - 76 cases, 2 deaths

4/7 - 79 cases, 2 deaths

4/8 - 79 cases, 2 deaths

4/9 - 84 cases, 2 deaths

4/10 - 90 cases, 2 deaths

4/11 - 101 cases, 2 deaths

4/12 - 103 cases, 2 deaths

4/13 - 119 cases, 2 deaths

4/14 - 126 cases, 2 deaths

4/15 - 136 cases, 3 deaths

4/16 - 139 cases, 3 deaths

4/17 - 149 cases, 3 deaths

4/18 - 156 cases, 3 deaths

4/19 - 161 cases, 3 deaths

4/20 - 168 cases, 4 deaths

4/21 - 170 cases, 4 deaths

4/22 - 168* cases, 4 deaths

4/23 - 173 cases, 4 deaths

4/24 - 182 cases, 4 deaths

4/25 - 187 cases, 4 deaths

4/26 - 188 cases, 4 deaths

4/27 - 188 cases, 4 deaths

4/28 - 190 cases, 4 deaths

4/29 - 195 cases, 4 deaths

4/30 - 195 cases, 4 deaths

5/1 - 203 cases, 4 deaths

5/2 - 213 cases, 4 deaths

5/3 - 219 cases, 4 deaths

5/4 - 239 cases, 4 deaths

5/5 - 243 cases, 4 deaths

5/6 - 246 cases, 4 deaths

5/7 - 246 cases, 4 deaths

5/8 - 257 cases, 4 deaths

5/9 - 261 cases, 4 deaths

5/10 - 274 cases, 4 deaths

5/11 - 276 cases, 4 deaths

5/12 - 280 cases, 4 deaths

5/13 – 280 cases, 4 deaths

5/ 14 – 280 cases, 4 deaths

5/15 – 282 cases, 4 deaths

5/16 – 285 cases, 4 deaths

5/ 17 – 284 cases, 4 deaths

5/18 – 285 cases, 4 deaths

5/19 – 287 cases, 4 deaths

5/20 – 286 cases, 4 deaths

5/21 – 303 cases, 7 deaths

5/22 – 311 cases, 7 deaths

5/ 23 – 316 cases, 8 deaths

5/24 – 331 cases, 8 deaths

5/25 – 348 cases, 8 deaths

5/26 – 380 cases, 8 deaths

5/27 – 391 cases, 8 deaths

5/28 – 398 cases, 8 deaths

5/29 – 410 cases, 8 deaths

5/30 – 415 cases, 8 deaths

5/31 – 416 cases, 9 deaths

6/1 – 418 cases, 9 deaths

6/2 – 421 cases, 9 deaths

6/3 – 432 cases, 9 deaths

6/4 – 440 cases, 9 deaths

6/5 – 458 cases, 9 deaths

6/6 – 463 cases, 9 deaths

6/7 – 463 cases, 9 deaths

6/8 – 468 cases, 9 deaths

6/9 – 474 cases, 10 deaths

6/10 – 476 cases, 10 deaths

6/11 – 488 cases, 11 deaths

6/12 – 507 cases, 11 deaths

6/13 – 509 cases, 11 deaths

6/14 – 511 cases, 11 deaths

6/15 – 515 cases, 12 deaths

6/16 – 519 cases, 12 deaths