Georgia Has 53 New Coronavirus Deaths; 3,559 New Cases

Monday, January 25, 2021
Georgia state health officials reported on Monday there have been 53 additional deaths due to the coronavirus. The current total is 11,854.

There were 3,559 new cases, as that total reached 722,062 confirmed cases of coronavirus. 

Hospitalizations are at 48,498, 113 more than Sunday. 

Here are the numbers by county:

Catoosa County: 4,290  cases, up 26; 45 deaths; 179 hospitalizations, up 2

Chattooga County: 1,910 cases, up 7; 51 deaths; 128 hospitalizations

Dade County: 918 cases, up 3; 8 deaths; 47 hospitalizations, up 3

Walker County: 4,869 cases, up 18; 63 deaths; 204 hospitalizations, up 4

Whitfield County: 13,117 cases, up 33; 159 deaths, up 1; 633 hospitalizations, up 2

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