Saturday: Coweta with 13 new cases, 1 hospitalization

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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 Saturday, Oct. 31.

COWETA COUNTY CASES

Coweta County confirmed 13 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, including 0 deaths and 1 hospitalization. The county finished the month of October with 385 cases or 12.4 per day, 16 deaths and 20 hospitalizations. The 385 cases are the 3rd-most for a month, trailing August (953 / 30.7 per day) and July (629 / 20.3 per day).

The age group of 25-34 years old had 4 new cases on Saturday, the highest of all groups.

To date, Coweta has registered cumulative totals of 3013 cases, 63 deaths and 152 hospitalizations. The overall positive test rate is 7.9 percent, and in the last two weeks, it’s 7.3 percent.

Here is the breakdown of age groups of Confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths and changes (past 24 hours) in Coweta County thru Oct. 31:

Ages 0 – 4 … 47 cases, 0 deaths (no change)
Ages 5 – 14 … 150 cases, 0 deaths (no change)
Ages 15 – 24 … 491 cases, 0 deaths (+1 case)
Ages 25 – 34 … 466 cases, 1 death (+4 cases)
Ages 35 – 44 … 448 cases, 1 death (+1 case)
Ages 45 – 54 … 538 cases, 5 deaths (no change)
Ages 55 – 64 … 419 cases, 12 deaths (+3 cases)
Ages 65 – 74 … 250 cases, 17 deaths (+3 cases)
Ages 75 – 84 … 136 cases, 14 deaths (+1 case)
Ages 85-plus … 67 cases, 13 deaths (no change)
Age Unknown … 1 case

In Coweta, the cases by gender … Females 1612, Males 1387, Unknown 14.

In Coweta, the cases by race …White 1476, Black 673, Asian 22, Other 1, Unknown 842.

Single-day highs now for Coweta since the pandemic began in March follow: cases (66 on Aug. 26); deaths (4 on Aug. 13); and hospitalizations (6 on May 12).

GEORGIA CASES

In Georgia on Saturday, the state confirmed 2565 new cases (up 1188 from Friday’s totals), 24 deaths, 93 hospitalizations and 17 ICU admits. The 2565 cases were the most since 2675 on Sept. 3. Despite Saturday’s spike, Georgia still has been below 3,000 cases for 77 consecutive days.

Presently, there are 1,417 people in Georgia hospitalized with COVID, up 44 from Friday’s total.

Overall, Georgia has recorded cumulative totals of 360,790 cases, 7979 deaths, 31,699 hospitalizations and 5957 ICU admits. The overall positive test rate is 9.5 percent, and in the last two weeks, it’s 7.1 percent.

Georgia’s single-day highs follow: cases (4,813 on July 24); deaths (122 on Aug. 11); hospitalizations (506 on April 7); ICU admits (97 on Aug. 12).

CASES IN SURROUNDING COUNTIES

The confirmed cases-deaths-hospitalizations in counties nearby:

Fulton … 31,655-628-2635
Clayton … 8417-179-705
Muscogee … 6414-175-698
Henry … 6359-114-294
Douglas …4197-73-469
Carroll … 3417-77-185
Troup … 3068-109-340
Coweta … 3013-63-152
Fayette … 2172-57-135
Spalding … 1629-63-209
Harris … 855-25-93
Haralson … 672-11-34
Meriwether … 599-16-80
Pike … 395-11-33
Heard … 240-6-16

LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY REPORT – COWETA COUNTY

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

The report originates from the Georgia Department of Community Health and lists the cumulative confirmed 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 Oct. 30 (Friday) report findings. No changes in the past 24 hours.

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 6 staff
Avalon Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 45 residents, 10 deaths, 19 staff, 35 residents recovered
Insignia of Newnan – PCH … 5 residents, 0 deaths, 3 staff, 5 residents recovered
Monarch House – PCH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 2 staff
Newnan Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 46 residents, 12 deaths, 19 staff, 42 residents recovered
Watercrest Assisted Living & Memory Care – PCH … 2 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 MONTH-BY MONTH

The month-by-month cumulative breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coweta County from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

MONTH … Confirmed Cases, Deaths, Hospitalizations
March … 41 cases (1.4 per day), 2 deaths
April … 154 cases (5.1 per day), 2 deaths
May … 222 cases (7.2 per day), 5 deaths, 14 hospitalizations
June … 250 cases (8.3 per day), 6 deaths, 9 hospitalizations
July … 629 cases (20.3 per day), 4 deaths, 32 hospitalizations
August … 953 cases (30.7 per day), 7 deaths, 16 hospitalizations
September … 379 cases (12.6 per day), 21 deaths, 24 hospitalizations
October … 385 cases (12.4 per day), 16 deaths, 20 hospitalizations

COWETA COUNTY WEEK-BY-WEEK

The week-by-week cumulative breakdown for the past 4 weeks and the present week of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coweta County from the Georgia Department of Public Health is listed below.

WEEK … Confirmed Cases (Avg. per day), Deaths, Hospitalizations
Sept. 27-Oct. 3 … 61 cases (8.7 per day), 4 deaths, 5 hospitalizations
Oct. 4-10 … 82 cases (11.7 per day), 7 deaths, 4 hospitalizations
Oct. 11-17 … 94 cases (13.4 per day), 4 deaths, 4 hospitalizations
Oct. 18-24 … 91 cases (13.0 per day), 3 deaths, 3 hospitalizations
Oct. 25-31 … 85 cases (12.1 per day), 0 deaths, 7 hospitalizations

COWETA COUNTY DAY-BY-DAY

The day-by-day cumulative breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Coweta County since Oct. 1 is listed below from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

DAY, DATE … Confirmed Cases (Change), Deaths (Change), Hospitalized (Change)
Thursday, Oct. 1 … 2637 cases (+9), 48 deaths (+1), 133 hospitalized (+1)
Friday, Oct. 2 … 2646 cases (+9), 48 deaths (0), 133 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, Oct. 3 … 2662 cases (+16), 49 deaths (+1), 134 hospitalized (+1)
Sunday, Oct. 4 … 2669 cases (+7), 50 deaths (+1), 134 hospitalized (0)
Monday, Oct. 5 … 2675 cases (+6), 51 deaths (+1), 134 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, Oct. 6 … 2687 cases (+12), 52 deaths (+1), 136 hospitalized (+2)
Wednesday, Oct. 7 … 2699 cases (+12), 52 deaths (0), 136 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, Oct. 8 … 2707 cases (+8), 52 deaths (0), 136 hospitalized (0)
Friday, Oct. 9 … 2718 cases (+11), 55 deaths (+3), 136 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, Oct. 10 … 2743 cases (+25),  56 deaths (+1),  138 hospitalized (+2)
Sunday, Oct. 11 … 2757 cases (+14),  58 deaths (+2), 139 hospitalized (+1)
Monday, Oct. 12 … 2760 cases (+3),  58 deaths (0),  139 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, Oct. 13 … 2775 cases (+15),  58 deaths (0),  140 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, Oct. 14 … 2783 cases (+8),  58 deaths (0),  141 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, Oct. 15 … 2807 cases (+24),  58 deaths (0),  142 hospitalized (+1)
Friday, Oct. 16 … 2833 cases (+26),  60 deaths (+2),  142 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, Oct. 17 … 2837 cases (+4), 60 deaths (0), 142 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, Oct. 18 … 2851 cases (+14),  60 deaths (0),  142 hospitalized (0)
Monday, Oct. 19 … 2861 cases (+10),  60 deaths (0),  142 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, Oct. 20 … 2869 cases (+8),  61 deaths (+1),  142 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, Oct. 21 … 2881 cases (+12), 62 deaths (+1), 143 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, Oct. 22 … 2893 cases (+12), 63 deaths (+1), 143 hospitalized (0)
Friday, Oct. 23 … 2915 cases (+22),  63 deaths (0),  145 hospitalized (+2)
Saturday, Oct. 24 … 2928 cases (+13),  63 deaths (0),  145 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, Oct. 25 … 2949 cases (+21),  63 deaths (0),  145 hospitalized (0)
Monday, Oct. 26 … 2957 cases (+8),  63 deaths (0),  145 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, Oct. 27 … 2964 cases (+7), 63 deaths (0), 146 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, Oct. 28 … 2971 cases (+7), 63 deaths (0), 148 hospitalized (+2)
Thursday, Oct. 29 … 2983 cases (+12), 63 deaths (0), 151 hospitalized (+3)
Friday, Oct. 30 … 3000 cases (+17), 63 deaths (0), 151 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, Oct. 31 … 3013 cases (+13), 63 deaths (0),  152 hospitalized (+1)

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

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

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