Contact Georgia’s COVID-19 hotline at 844-442-2681.
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — State and local health officials continue to track the latest COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) updates the state’s data online once a day around 3 p.m. Officials at DPH say they do not have an accurate way to track recoveries at this time.
The Coastal Health District, which covers Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long and McIntosh counties, is also providing data based on zip code each week. To view the latest report, visit here.
News 3 will continue to provide daily updates on this page while working to confirm information surrounding local cases.
Georgia reports 4,428 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 today. That’s on top of another 12,354 over the weekend. The state’s daily average is now 6,768 over the last two weeks, 20% higher than the previous two weeks.
Chatham County reports 51 new cases today and another 244 over the weekend. The daily average is at 120, nearly 40% greater than the previous two weeks.
Across the 8-county Coastal Health District, 117 new cases today and 393 over the weekend. The daily average these past two weeks has hit 232, 31% higher than the previous two weeks.
63 new deaths are reported in Georgia today. Over the weekend, 156 more deaths were reported.
In Chatham County, 1 death was reported today and 3 more over the weekend. 264 people have now died from COVID-19 in Chatham County.
Three more deaths were reported Saturday in the Coastal Health District………the 21st death in Camden County, the 7th in Long County and the 127th in Glynn County.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases: 684,763
Deaths linked to coronavirus: 11,095
ICU admissions: 7,964