The Northeast Health District added 59 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the smallest number it has added going back to July 12, and the seven-day rolling average of added cases dropped to 151.0 from 156.4 on Saturday.
The Department of Public Health reported that Oconee County added five cases and Clarke County added 20. Two counties–Greene and Oglethorpe–did not add any cases.
The Daily Status Report of the Department of Public Health did not list any deaths attributable to COVID-19 on Sunday, and the seven-day rolling average of added deaths remained unchanged at 1.7.
The District also did not add any COVID-19 deaths last Sunday.
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency reported Sunday that area hospitals had seven Critical Care Beds not in use out of the 70-bed capacity.
That figure is unchanged from the Agency’s report on Saturday.
The Department of Public Health reported that the state added 3,177 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, and the seven-day rolling average of added cases increased from 3,386.4 on Saturday to 3,387.1 on Sunday.
That seven-day average has remained relatively stable over the last six days after dropping on Monday.
The state added 13 deaths, down from the 15 added a week ago, and the seven-day rolling average of added deaths dropped from 52.6 on Saturday to 52.3 on Sunday.
The Department of Public Health actually added 15 deaths, an examination of its data file shows, as it took away one death on Aug. 4 and another as far back as March 15.
The Department added 14 deaths attributed to COVID-19 that occurred in the last 14 days.
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency reported that the state had 2,878 Current Confirmed COVID-19 Hospitalizations on Sunday, the same as the day before.
The Agency reported 1,211 ventilators in use, and that number has dropped the last three days.
The Department of Community Health did not release a Long-Term Care Facility Report on Sunday.
Charts 1, 2, 4 and 5 below are based on data from the Department of Public Health Daily Status Report and have been updated to include data from the release of that report at 2:50 p.m. on Sunday.
Chart 3 is based on data from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency Situation Report COVID-19 and has been updated to include data from the late afternoon report on Sunday.
Charts 1 and 2 include data from the 10-county Northeast Health District of the Department of Public Health, which includes Oconee and Clarke counties.
Chart 3 includes data for Region E of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, which includes Oconee and Clarke Counties, the remaining eight counties in the Northeast Health District, and Franklin and Hart counties.
Charts 4 and 5 show data for the entire state of Georgia.
Click on any of the charts to enlarge it.