Wednesday: Coweta reports 4 COVID-related deaths

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Georgia cumulative COVID-19 totals through March 24.

From Staff Reports

THE SKINNY – Coweta County reported 4 COVID-related deaths on Wednesday, which is the 7th time the county has reached its single-day high.

The Daily Status Report of the COVID-19 pandemic has been issued by the Georgia Department of Public Health for Wednesday, March 24. Below is a summary with data from the Georgia DPH on Coweta County, neighboring counties and the state of Georgia.

COWETA COUNTY CASES

On Wednesday, Coweta County confirmed 3 new COVID-19 cases with 4 deaths and 0 hospitalizations. The 4 COVID-related deaths tied the single-day high for Coweta and pushes the March total to 25 or 1.04 deaths per day. The county has reached the single-day high 7 times, the last on March 4.

Casewise,  yesterday’s 3 cases were the fewest in a single day since 3 on March 17. It is the 9th time in the past 13 days the county has posted below 10 cases and the 20th time this month below 20. The last month with more than 20 days with less than 20 cases was October with 26.

In the past 7 days, Coweta has logged 57 COVID cases (8.1 per day), with 10 deaths and 3 hospitalizations.

For March, Coweta has posted 333 cases (13.9 per day) with 25 deaths (1.04 per day) and 24 hospitalizations (1.0 per day). For comparison, here are February’s numbers and per day averages – 886 cases (31.6 per day), 41 deaths (1.5 per day), and 39 hospitalizations (1.4 per day).

The positive test rate of all persons tested in Coweta is 10.3 percent, and in the last two weeks has dropped to 3.5 percent.

Overall, Coweta has confirmed cumulative totals of 8358 cases, 175 deaths (with an additional 12 probable deaths) and 305 hospitalizations since the pandemic began. Coweta ranks 22nd in Georgia (out of 159 counties) in cumulative cases and 19th in deaths due to COVID.

The age group of 45-54 year olds had the most new COVID cases on Wednesday with 2.

Here is the breakdown of age groups of confirmed cumulative COVID-19 cases in Coweta County (Wednesday’s totals):

AGE GROUP … Cumulative Cases (Change)
Ages 0 – 4 … 130 cases (0)
Ages 5 – 14 … 523 cases (0)
Ages 15 – 24 … 1194 cases (0)
Ages 25 – 34 … 1215 cases (+1)
Ages 35 – 44 … 1275 cases (0)
Ages 45 – 54 … 1489 cases (+2)
Ages 55 – 64 … 1233 cases (0)
Ages 65 – 74 … 737 cases (0)
Ages 75 – 84 … 375 cases (0)
Ages 85-plus … 165 cases ())
Age Unknown … 22 cases (0)

In Coweta, the cases by gender … Females 4366, Males 3941, Unknown 51.

In Coweta, the cases by race …White 4782, Black 1676, Asian 89, Other 4, Unknown 1807.

GEORGIA CASES

Georgia confirmed 840 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, extending its streak to 25 days below 2000. That’s the longest stretch of days below 2000 since Sept. 28-Oct. 22.

Other Wednesday numbers in Georgia included 70 deaths, 115 hospitalizations and 14 ICU admits.

Two patient census categories increased on Wednesday.  The number of In-Patient Hospital Beds in use across the state rose to 12,111 (up 79 from Tuesday) or at 80.0 percent capacity. COVID Patients Hospitalized in Georgia increased slightly, now stands at 1213 (up 1) which is 7.8 percent of all statewide hospital patients.

ICU Bed occupancy dropped to 2390 (down 83 from Tuesday) or 79.0 percent capacity. Adult Ventilators in use also decreased, now standing at 1007 (down 8) or 27.4 percent capacity.

The overall positive test rate of all persons tested in Georgia is 10.8 percent, and in the last two weeks, it is at 5.3 percent.

Georgia has confirmed cumulative totals of 845,560 cases, 16,257 deaths, 58,183 hospitalizations and 9515 ICU admits since the pandemic began.

Georgia’s single-day highs follow: cases (10,379 on Jan. 8); deaths (184 on Feb. 12); hospitalizations (611 on Jan. 6); ICU admits (97 on Aug. 12).

ONE YEAR AGO

On March 24, 2020, Georgia confirmed 297 new COVID-19 cases with 12 deaths, pushing the cumulative totals to 1097 cases and 38 deaths.

Coweta confirmed 1 new COVID-19 cases and 0 deaths on this date a year ago. Coweta’s cumulative totals were 10 cases, 2 deaths.

Other cumulative totals in surrounding counties had Fulton with 198, Carroll at 27, Fayette 12, Troup 6, Spalding 6, Meriwether 1 and Heard 1.

CASES IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES

The confirmed cumulative cases-deaths in neighboring counties (Wednesday’s totals) are listed below.

COUNTY … Cases-Deaths (Change)
Fulton … 77,635 – 1164 (141 cases, 11 deaths)
Coweta …8358 – 175 (3 cases, 4 deaths)
Carroll … 7150 – 128 (14 cases)
Fayette … 6370 – 139 (11 cases, 2 deaths)
Troup … 5718 – 170 (7 cases)
Spalding … 3807 – 142 (4 cases)
Meriwether … 1463 – 64 (1 case)
Heard … 607 – 14 (0 cases)

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 number of residents who have recovered.

Data below includes data from the Wednesday, March 24 report. No changes in the past 24 hours.

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 30 residents, 2 deaths, 19 staff, 28 residents recovered
Avalon Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 55 residents, 12 deaths, 30 staff, 43 residents recovered
Brookdale Newnan – PCH … 1 resident, 0 deaths, 4 staff, 1 resident recovered
Insignia of Newnan – PCH … 27 residents, 5 deaths, 12 staff, 22 residents recovered
Monarch House – PCH … 4 residents, 1 death, 4 staff, 3 residents recovered
Newnan Health & Rehabilitation – NH … 46 residents, 12 deaths, 25 staff, 42 residents recovered
Watercrest Assisted Living & Memory Care – PCH … 13 residents, 0 deaths, 16 staff, 12 residents recovered
Wesley Woods of Newnan/PTC – NH … 0 residents, 1 death, 6 staff, 0 residents recovered
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 (Cases Per Day), 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
November … 640 cases (21.3 per day), 5 deaths, 25 hospitalizations
December … 1620 cases (52.3 per day), 10 deaths, 36 hospitalizations
January … 1866 cases (60.2 per day), 31 deaths, 32 hospitalizations
February … 886 cases (31.6 per day), 41 deaths, 39 hospitalizations
March … 333 cases (13.9 per day), 25 deaths, 24 hospitalizations

Single-month highs:  1866 cases (January), 60.2 cases per day (January), 41 deaths (February) and 39 hospitalizations (February).

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
Feb. 21-27 … 257 cases (36.7 per day), 7 deaths, 11 hospitalizations
Feb. 28-March 6 … 148 cases (21.1 per day), 8 deaths, 12 hospitalizations
March 7-13 … 114 cases (16.3 per day), 5 deaths, 8 hospitalizations
March 14-20 … 60 cases (8.6 per day), 6 deaths, 4 hospitalizations
March 21-27 … 26 cases (6.5 per day), 6 deaths, 1 hospitalization

Single-week highs: 495 cases (Dec. 27-Jan. 2), 70.7 cases per day (Dec. 27-Jan. 2), 12 deaths (2 times, last Feb. 7-13) and 12 hospitalizations (Feb. 28-March 6).

COWETA COUNTY DAY-BY-DAY

The day-by-day cumulative breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations in Coweta County since March 1 is listed below from the Georgia Department of Public Health:

DAY, DATE … Confirmed Cases (Change), Deaths (Change), Hospitalized (Change)
Monday, March 1 … 8044 cases (+19), 151 deaths (+1), 282 hospitalized (+1)
Tuesday, March 2 … 8063 cases (+19), 151 deaths (0), 283 hospitalized (+1)
Wednesday, March 3 … 8094 cases (+31), 154 deaths (+3), 285 hospitalized (+2)
Thursday, March 4 … 8119 cases (+25), 158 deaths (+4), 286 hospitalized (+1)
Friday, March 5 … 8137 cases (+18), 158 deaths (0), 291 hospitalized (+5)
Saturday, March 6 … 8158 cases (+21), 158 deaths (0), 292 hospitalized (+1)
Sunday, March 7 … 8174 cases (+16), 158 deaths (0), 292 hospitalized (0)
Monday, March 8 … 8185 cases (+11), 159 deaths (+1), 294 hospitalized (+2)
Tuesday, March 9 … 8219 cases (+34), 159 deaths (0), 296 hospitalized (+2)
Wednesday, March 10 … 8231 cases (+12), 160 deaths (+1), 297 hospitalized (+1)
Thursday, March 11 … 8244 cases (+13), 161 deaths (+1), 297 hospitalized (0)
Friday, March 12 … 8253 cases (+9), 163 deaths (+2), 298 hospitalized (+1)
Saturday, March 13 … 8272 cases (+19), 163 deaths (0), 300 hospitalized (+2)
Sunday, March 14 … 8278 cases (+6), 163 deaths (0), 301 hospitalized (+1)
Monday, March 15 … 8287 cases (+9), 165 deaths (+2), 302 hospitalized (+1)
Tuesday, March 16 … 8298 cases (+11), 165 deaths (0), 302 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, March 17 … 8301 cases (+3), 165 deaths (0), 302 hospitalized (0)
Thursday, March 18 … 8312 cases (+11), 167 deaths (+2), 302 hospitalized (0)
Friday, March 19 … 8320 cases (+8), 168 deaths (+1), 302 hospitalized (0)
Saturday, March 20 … 8332 cases (+12), 169 deaths (+1), 304 hospitalized (+2)
Sunday, March 21 … 8340 cases (+8), 169 deaths (0), 304 hospitalized (0)
Monday, March 22 … 8346 cases (+6), 170 deaths (+1), 305 hospitalized (+1)
Tuesday, March 23 … 8355 cases (+9), 171 deaths (+1), 305 hospitalized (0)
Wednesday, March 24 … 8358 cases (+3), 175 deaths (+4), 305 hospitalized (0)

Single-day highs: 160 cases (Dec. 31), 4 deaths (7 times, last March 24), 6 hospitalizations (May 12), 118 consecutive days in double-digit cases (Nov. 14-March 12).

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

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

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