Clarke and Elbert counties where the only counties in the 10-county Northeast Health District to add a confirmed COVID-19 case in the Daily Status Report on Sunday as the area experienced a lull in the growth of cases.
Even with the addition of just the two cases, the seven-day rolling average of added cases dropped only from 38.4 on Saturday to 36.6 on Sunday because Sundays traditionally have been days on which few cases are added in the District.
The Department of Public Health reported no new deaths in the District with the Daily Status Report on Sunday, and the seven-day rolling average of added deaths stood at 1.1
The Department of Community Health did not issue a Long-Term Care Facility Report on Saturday.
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency did issue a Daily Situation report on Saturday, showing that the number of available Critical Care Beds in area hospitals remained unchanged at 11.
Across the state, the Department of Public Health Daily Status Report added 700 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, and the seven-day rolling average of added cases held basically steady at 592.6, compared with 593.4 on Saturday.
The state added 39 new deaths in the 1 p.m. Sunday Daily Status Report, bringing the seven-day rolling average of added deaths up to 31.1 from 27.4 on Saturday. The Department of Health reported that only 12 of those 39 deaths occurred in the last 14 days.
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency reported on Saturday that the number of Confirmed COVID-19 Hospitalizations dropped from 891 on Friday to 850 on Saturday and the number of ventilators in use dropped from 886 to 874.
Charts 1 and 2 below show data for the 10-county Northeast Health District, which includes Oconee and Clarke counties, and are based on data from the Department of Public Health Daily Status Report, updated as of 1 p.m. on Sunday.
Chart 3 is based on data from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency Situation Report for Saturday. The data are for the 10 counties in the Northeast Health District plus Hart and Franklin counties.
Charts 4 and 5 are for the state of Georgia and are based on the Department of Public Health Daily Status Report, updated with data from the 1 p.m. Sunday report.
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