Saturday Daily Status Report: Coweta with 2 new cases, now at 509

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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, June 13.

Coweta County recorded 2 new COVID-19 cases today, with no changes in deaths and hospitalizations. Since Monday, Coweta has had 46 positive cases. Overall, Coweta now has a cumulative total of 509 cases, 11 deaths and 53 hospitalizations.

Statewide today, Georgia surpassed the 1,000-case mark with 1,018 new cases, the single-day high since 1,232 on May 1. Also, 28 deaths, 43 hospitalizations and 8 ICU admits were posted today.

In the last two days combined (Friday and Saturday), Georgia has had 1828 cases, 71 deaths, 151 hospitalized and 23 to ICU.

Overall, Georgia now has a cumulative total of 56,801 cases, 2446 deaths, 9224 hospitalized and 2029 ICU admits. The total number of tests administered now stands at 713,085 though 113,405 (about 16 percent) of that total are antibody tests.

The counties in Georgia with at least 1,000 cases – Gwinnett 5141, Fulton 5100, DeKalb 4303, Cobb 3557, Hall 2740, Dougherty 1833, Clayton 1427, Cherokee 1017.

The counties in Georgia with at least 50 fatalities – Fulton 284, Cobb 215, Gwinnett 152, Dougherty 150, DeKalb 145, Clayton 69, Hall 55, Sumter 50.

The confirmed cases-deaths-hospitalizations in counties nearby – Fulton 5100-284-951, Clayton 1427-69-201, Muscogee 988-26-149, Henry 839-29-98, Troup 733-23-98, Douglas 651-28-147, Carroll 611-37-108, Coweta 509-11-53, Spalding 313-24-56, Fayette 260-14-40, Harris 196-6-24, Meriwether 125-3-19, Pike 69-3-11, Haralson 57-4-16, Heard 42-3-7.

LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY REPORT – COWETA COUNTY

The Long-Term Care Report with data from Coweta County facilities is below. There was 1 new case of COVID-19, a staff member at Avalon Health & Rehabilitation, in Friday’s report. The report lists the cumulative positive COVID-19 cases for residents and staff, as well as the number of deaths.

Data below reflects the June 12 (Friday) report findings.

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Avalon Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 12 residents, 0 deaths, 4 staff (5 residents recovered)
Newnan Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 46 residents, 10 deaths, 16 staff
The Plaza – PCH … 0 residents, 0 deaths, 1 staff
Watercrest Assisted Living & Memory Care – PCH … 3 residents, 0 deaths, 4 staff (3 residents recovered)
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 since May 1 is listed below from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

DAY, DATE … Confirmed Cases (Change), Deaths (Change), Hospitalized (Change)
Friday, May 1 … 210 cases (+15), 4 deaths (0), 37 hospitalized (+2)
Saturday, May 2 … 213 cases (+3), 4 deaths (0), 37 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, May 3 … 230 cases (+17), 4 deaths (0), 38 hospitalized (+1)
Monday, May 4 … 242 cases (+12), 4 deaths (0), 38 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, May 5 … 243 cases (+1), 4 deaths (0), 38 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, May 6 … 247 cases (+4), 4 deaths (0), 39 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, May 7 … 257 cases (+10), 4 deaths (0), 41 hospitalized (+2)
Friday, May 8 … 257 cases (0), 4 deaths (0), 41 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, May 9 … 264 cases (+7), 4 deaths (0), 41 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, May 10 … 276 cases (+12), 4 deaths (0), 41 hospitalized (0)
Monday, May 11 … 278 cases (+2), 4 deaths (0), 42 hospitalized (+1)
Tuesday, May 12 … 280 cases (+2), 4 deaths (0), 48 hospitalized (+6)
Wednesday, May 13 … 280 cases (0), 4 deaths (0), 47 hospitalized (–1)
Thursday, May 14 … 280 cases (0), 4 deaths (0), 47 hospitalized (0)
Friday, May 15 … 282 cases (+2), 4 deaths (0), 47 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, May 16 … 285 cases (+3), 4 deaths (0), 47 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, May 17 … 284 cases (–1), 4 deaths (0), 48 hospitalized (+1)
Monday, May 18 … 285 cases (+1), 4 deaths (0), 48 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, May 19 … 287 cases (+2), 4 deaths (0), 48 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, May 20 … 286 cases (-1), 4 deaths (0), 48 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, May 21 … 303 cases (+17), 7 deaths (+3), 49 hospitalized (+1)
Friday, May 22 … 311 cases (+8), 7 deaths (0), 50 hospitalized (+1)
Saturday, May 23 … 316 cases (+5), 8 deaths (+1), 50 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, May 24 … 331 cases (+15), 8 deaths (0), 50 hospitalized (0)
Monday, May 25 … 376 cases (+45), 8 deaths (0), 50 hospitalized (0)
Tuesday, May 26 … 383 cases (+6), 8 deaths (0), 50 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, May 27 … 397 cases (+14), 8 deaths (0), 51 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, May 28 … 403 cases (+6), 8 deaths (0), 51 hospitalized (0)
Friday, May 29 … 414 cases (+11), 8 deaths (0), 51 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, May 30 … 415 cases (+1), 8 deaths (0), 51 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, May 31 … 417 cases (+2), 9 deaths (+1), 51 hospitalized (0)
Monday, June 1 … 421 cases (+4), 9 deaths (0), 52 hospitalized (+1)
Tuesday, June 2 … 422 cases (+1), 9 deaths (0), 52 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, June 3 … 432 cases (+10), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, June 4 … 440 cases (+8), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Friday, June 5 … 458 cases (+18), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, June 6 … 463 cases (+5), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Sunday, June 7 … 463 cases (0), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
Monday, June 8 … 468 cases (+5), 9 deaths (0), 53 hospitalized (0)
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)
TOTAL … 509 cases, 11 deaths, 53 hospitalized

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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