Monday Status Report: Coweta adds four new cases, now at 554

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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 Monday, June 22.

Today, Coweta County increased its cumulative total by four new cases of COVID-19, with no deaths or hospitalizations reported. Overall, Coweta now stands with 554 cases, 14 deaths and 54 hospitalized.

Georgia topped the 1,000-mark for new cases for third time in four days, adding 1,227 today. Georgia posted 1,097 cases on Friday, 1,800 on Saturday, and 892 on Sunday prior to today. Also on Monday, 5 deaths, 89 hospitalizations and 11 ICU admits were recorded.

In the last 2 days (Sunday and Monday), Georgia has 2,119 cases, 6 deaths, 116 hospitalized and 15 to ICU.

Overall in Georgia, there are 65,928 cases, 2648 deaths, 9953 hospitalizations and 2155 ICU admits. A total of 850,674 tests have been given.

The counties in Georgia with at least 1,000 cases – Gwinnett 6407, Fulton 5705, DeKalb 4791, Cobb 3969, Hall 2946, Dougherty 1854, Clayton 1631, Muscogee 1213, Cherokee 1114, Troup 1027.

The counties in Georgia with at least 50 fatalities – Fulton 304, Cobb 229, DeKalb 165, Gwinnett 162, Dougherty 152, Clayton 76, Hall 58.

The confirmed cases-deaths-hospitalizations in counties nearby –
Fulton 5705-304-992
Clayton 1631-76-211
Muscogee 1213-34-193
Troup 1027-28-113
Henry 964-31-103
Douglas 740-36-166
Carroll 635-39-111
Coweta 554-14-54
Spalding 343-31-59
Fayette 292-16-43
Harris 252-8-30
Meriwether 154-2-21
Pike 81-3-10
Haralson 65-4-16
Heard 46-3-7.

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 June 19 (Friday) report findings.

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Avalon Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 12 residents, 0 deaths, 2 staff, 9 residents recovered
Newnan Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 46 residents, 11 deaths, 19 staff
The Plaza – PCH … 1 resident, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Watercrest Assisted Living & Memory Care – PCH … 3 residents, 0 deaths, 4 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 for the past 14 days (since Tuesday, June 9) is listed below from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

DAY, DATE … Confirmed Cases (Change), Deaths (Change), Hospitalized (Change)
Tuesday, June 9 … 474 cases (+6), 10 deaths (+1), 54 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, June 10 … 476 cases (+2), 10 deaths (0), 54 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, June 11 … 488 cases (+12), 11 deaths (+1), 54 hospitalized (0)
Friday, June 12 … 507 cases (+19), 11 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (-1)
Saturday, June 13 … 509 cases (+2), 11 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, June 14 … 511 cases (+2), 11 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Monday, June 15 … 515 cases (+4), 12 deaths (+1), 53 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, June 16 … 519 cases (+4), 12 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, June 17 … 526 cases (+7), 13 deaths (+1), 53 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, June 18 … 538 cases (+12), 14 deaths (+1), 54 hospitalized (+1)
Friday, June 19 … 548 cases (+10), 14 deaths (0), 54 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, June 20 … 545 cases (-3), 14 deaths (0), 54 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, June 21 … 550 cases (+5), 14 deaths (0), 54 hospitalized (0)
Monday, June 22 … 554 cases (+4), 14 deaths (0), 54 hospitalized (0)
OVERALL TOTAL … 554 cases, 14 deaths, 54 hospitalized

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

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

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