Georgia Officials Report 81 More Coronavirus Deaths, 2,573 New Cases

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Georgia state health officials reported on Tuesday there have been an additional 81 deaths due to the coronavirus. The new total is 3,921.

There were 2,573 new cases as that total reached 197,948 confirmed cases of coronavirus. 

Hospitalizations are at 19,426 - up 302 since Monday. 

Here are the numbers by county:

Catoosa County: 572 cases, up 26; 9 deaths; 42 hospitalizations, up 1

Chattooga County: 199 cases, up 1; 2 deaths; 5 hospitalizations

Dade County: 114 cases, up 3; 1 death; 6 hospitalizations

Walker County: 581 cases, up 25; 16 deaths; 27 hospitalizations

Whitfield County: 3,272 cases, up 40; 27 deaths; 153 hospitalizations, up 7

The cases remain centered around the Atlanta area:

Cobb County: 12,135 cases; 304 deaths

DeKalb County: 12,760 cases; 229 deaths

Fulton County: 18,566 cases; 406 deaths

Gwinnett County: 18,201 cases; 240 deaths


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