Friday: Coweta adds 21 new cases, 1 death, 5 hospitalizations

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From Staff Reports

The 3 p.m. Daily Status Report of the COVID-19 pandemic has been issued by the Georgia Department of Public Health for Friday, July 31.

Today, Coweta County’s COVID-19 counts rose by 21 new cases, 1 death and 5 hospitalizations. The death was of a 90-year-old white male with no underlying conditions. The 5 hospitalizations are the 2nd-highest single day total since the pandemic started, trailing only 6 on May 12. It was also the 11th consecutive day of double-digit new cases and the 7th time in the last 10 days of 20-or-more cases.

Cumulative totals for Coweta now stand at 1296 cases, 19 deaths and 92 hospitalizations.

In the month of July, Coweta registered 629 cases of COVID-19, more than doubling June’s total cases of 250. Coweta ended the month with 4 deaths and 21 hospitalizations.

Single-day highs for Coweta since the pandemic began in March follow: cases (48 on July 23); deaths (3 on May 21); and hospitalizations (6 on May 12).

Georgia had increases today in all four COVID-19 categories – cases (4066), deaths (81), hospitalizations (386) and ICU admits (60). It was the 40th consecutive day Georgia had over 1,000 new cases and the 21st time in July the statewide daily count had been over 3,000.

Presently, there are 3,155 people hospitalized in Georgia with COVID-19.

Overall, Georgia has 186,352 cumulative cases, 3752 deaths, 18,689 hospitalizations and 3414 ICU admits.

In July, COVID-19 positive cases in Georgia totaled 105,061, more than tripling June’s total of 34,228. There were 947 deaths, 7638 hospitalizations and 1091 ICU admits during the month.

Georgia’s single-day highs follow: cases (4,813 on July 24); deaths (94 on April 20); hospitalizations (506 on April 7); ICU admits (85 on July 24).

Here are the Top 7 age groups of Confirmed COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Georgia:
18-29 … 45,323 cases, 1219 hospitalizations, 28 deaths
30-39 … 32,271 cases, 1763 hospitalizations, 72 deaths
40-49 … 29,813 cases, 2523 hospitalizations, 152 deaths
50-59 … 26,891 cases, 3476 hospitalizations, 340 deaths
60-69 … 17,916 cases, 3760 hospitalizations, 683 deaths
70-79 … 10,184 cases, 3062 hospitalizations, 999 deaths
10-17 …  9,432 cases, 142 hospitalizations, 1 death

The confirmed cases-deaths-hospitalizations in counties nearby:
Fulton … 17,646-389-1733
Clayton … 4413-97-464
Muscogee … 4201-81-458
Henry … 2895-40-146
Douglas … 2245-48-288
Troup … 2158-58-240
Carroll … 1687-46-123
Coweta … 1296-19-92
Fayette … 918-24-62
Spalding … 837-38-112
Harris … 607-15-68
Meriwether … 347-5-46
Haralson … 189-6-19
Pike … 186-4-17
Heard … 128-3-9

LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY REPORT – COWETA COUNTY

The Long-Term Care Report with data from Coweta County facilities is below.

The report lists the cumulative positive COVID-19 cases for residents and staff, as well as the number of deaths and in some cases number of residents who have recovered.

Data below reflects the July 30 (Thursday) report findings.

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Avalon Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 12 residents, 0 deaths, 0 staff, 11 residents recovered
Benton House of Newnan – PCH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 2 staff
Insignia of Newnan – PCH … 5 residents, 0 deaths, 3 staff, 5 residents recovered
Monarch House – PCH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Newnan Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 46 residents, 12 deaths, 19 staff, 36 residents recovered
Watercrest Assisted Living & Memory Care – PCH … 3 residents, 0 deaths, 9 staff, 3 residents recovered
Wesley Woods of Newnan/PTC – NH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Abbreviations: NH (Nursing Home), PCH (Personal Care Home)

To view this report in its entirety, visit: https://dch.georgia.gov/.

COWETA COUNTY DAY-BY-DAY

The day-by-day cumulative breakdown of positive COVID-19 cases in Coweta County in July is listed below from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

DAY, DATE … Confirmed Cases (Change), Deaths (Change), Hospitalized (Change)
Wednesday, July 1 … 684 cases (+17), 16 deaths (+1), 61 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, July 2 … 708 cases (+24), 16 deaths (0), 61 hospitalized (0)
Friday, July 3 … 754 cases (+46), 16 deaths (0), 62 hospitalized (+1)
Saturday, July 4 … 766 cases (+12), 16 deaths (0), 62 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, July 5 … 777 cases (+11), 16 deaths (0), 62 hospitalized (0)
Monday, July 6 … 787 cases (+10), 16 deaths (0), 62 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, July 7 … 794 cases (+7), 16 deaths (0), 63 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, July 8 … 806 cases (+12), 16 deaths (0), 63 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, July 9 … 821 cases (+15), 16 deaths (0), 63 hospitalized (0)
Friday, July 10 … 856 cases (+35), 16 deaths (0), 65 hospitalized (+2)
Saturday, July 11 … 881 cases (+25), 16 deaths (0), 65 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, July 12 … 888 cases (+7), 16 deaths (0), 65 hospitalized (0)
Monday, July 13 … 897 cases (+9), 16 deaths (0), 65 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, July 14 … 914 cases (+17), 16 deaths (0), 65 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, July 15 … 927 cases (+13),  16 deaths (0),  68 hospitalized (+3)
Thursday, July 16 … 938 cases (+11),  16 deaths (0),  68 hospitalized (0)
Friday, July 17 … 963 cases (+25),  16 deaths (0),  69 hospitalized (+1)
Saturday, July 18 … 988 cases (+25),  16 deaths (0),  71 hospitalized (+2)
Sunday, July 19 … 1010 cases (+22),  16 deaths (0),  71 hospitalized (0)
Monday, July 20 … 1019 cases (+9),  16 deaths (0),  71 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, July 21 … 1042 cases (+23),  17 deaths (+1),  72 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, July 22 … 1056 cases (+14),  17 deaths (0),  72 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, July 23 … 1104 cases (+48),  17 deaths (0),  76 hospitalized (+4)
Friday, July 24 … 1136 cases (+32),  17 deaths (0),  80 hospitalized (+4)
Saturday, July 25 … 1168 cases (+32),  17 deaths (0),  81 hospitalized (+1)
Sunday, July 26 … 1184 cases (+16),  17 deaths (0),  82 hospitalized (+1)
Monday, July 27 … 1207 cases (+23), 17 deaths (0),  82 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, July 28 … 1233 cases (+26),  17 deaths (0),  84 hospitalized (+2)
Wednesday, July 29 … 1258 cases (+25),  18 deaths (+1),  85 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, July 30 … 1275 cases (+17),  18 deaths (0),  87 hospitalized (+2)
Friday, July 31 … 1296 cases (+21),  19 deaths (+1),  92 hospitalized (+5)
OVERALL TOTAL … 1296 cases, 19 deaths, 92 hospitalized

The next Daily Status Report generated by the Georgia Department of Public Health will be at 3 p.m. on Saturday.

To access this daily report, visit: https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-19-daily-status-report.

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