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Georgia

Overview

New GA Cases

October 22
+1,536
Trend
Falling

New GA Deaths

October 22
+175
Trend
Falling

Total GA Vaccinations Administered

Total
11,222,786
October 23
+686

Total GA Cases

Confirmed cases
1,625,399
Deaths
28,519
Georgia began reporting cases based on positive antigen tests in November, leading to a spike in daily case counts.

County Trends: Cases

Rising
19
Falling
90
Flat
50

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
CountyCasesNew cases yesterdayDeaths
Gwinnett 132,410 144 1,436
Fulton 131,261 110 1,741
DeKalb 90,928 99 1,298
Cobb 108,543 97 1,366
Hall 37,726 64 630
Bibb 25,346 56 615
Henry 37,843 50 491
Forsyth 33,604 38 267
Clayton 39,029 34 705
Coweta 20,703 32 353
Paulding 24,990 30 324
Walker 11,068 27 144
Whitfield 22,473 26 333
Newton 16,179 26 338
Columbia 24,702 25 288
Richmond 34,849 24 682
Cherokee 43,151 23 446
Chatham 38,319 23 676
Jackson 14,677 23 207
Barrow 14,630 23 193
Fayette 13,071 23 227
Douglas 22,173 22 285
Floyd 18,207 21 364
Thomas 7,662 21 177
Muscogee 23,891 19 619
Morgan 3,174 17 41
Catoosa 9,413 15 105
Camden 7,866 15 92
Spalding 10,258 14 295
Clarke 19,956 13 174
Carroll 16,306 13 301
Dougherty 12,351 13 407
Walton 14,897 12 340
Murray 7,457 11 132
Bartow 20,296 10 338
Rockdale 11,320 10 234
Habersham 7,305 10 198
Lee 4,667 10 79
Early 1,858 10 57
Houston 24,850 9 374
Colquitt 7,400 9 179
Toombs 5,420 9 167
Bacon 2,511 9 58
Stephens 4,725 8 107
Gilmer 4,621 8 133
Laurens 9,051 7 237
Pike 3,785 7 68
Worth 3,050 7 89
Glynn 15,282 6 334
Liberty 7,477 6 111
Pickens 5,507 6 113
Lumpkin 4,755 6 102
Butts 4,647 6 111
Rabun 2,495 6 63
Dade 2,129 6 20
Long 1,734 6 25
Lowndes 21,136 5 306
Gordon 11,217 5 192
Troup 10,788 5 307
Coffee 7,818 5 222
Ware 7,310 5 242
Baldwin 6,636 5 184
Oconee 5,640 5 81
Chattooga 4,533 5 103
Monroe 4,146 5 145
Haralson 3,781 5 115
Union 3,518 5 122
Putnam 3,208 5 80
Upson 5,397 4 170
White 4,775 4 124
Harris 3,728 4 86
Elbert 3,218 4 85
Jasper 2,126 4 58
Polk 8,426 3 151
Tift 8,289 3 175
Bryan 6,239 3 66
Chattahoochee 5,853 3 19
Dawson 4,623 3 68
Pierce 4,233 3 102
Peach 4,055 3 97
Grady 3,601 3 88
McDuffie 3,496 3 73
Berrien 3,465 3 63
Jones 3,415 3 91
Washington 3,210 3 117
Jefferson 2,665 3 86
Charlton 2,246 3 54
Oglethorpe 2,158 3 38
Wilkes 1,541 3 35
Clinch 1,486 3 35
Calhoun 829 3 21
Wayne 5,792 2 168
Madison 4,938 2 74
Tattnall 3,792 2 106
Burke 3,718 2 83
Appling 3,483 2 103
Lamar 3,389 2 89
Mitchell 3,349 2 100
Ben Hill 3,196 2 101
Crisp 3,128 2 108
Telfair 2,234 2 70
Towns 1,759 2 81
Seminole 1,505 2 24
Heard 1,464 2 36
Macon 1,317 2 42
Miller 1,201 2 22
Lincoln 1,179 2 32
Webster 262 2 6
Effingham 8,764 1 162
Decatur 4,739 1 97
Emanuel 4,403 1 123
Meriwether 2,950 1 109
Brooks 2,405 1 69
Screven 1,786 1 57
Turner 1,692 1 48
Evans 1,612 1 52
Atkinson 1,567 1 34
Johnson 1,546 1 61
Stewart 1,513 1 28
Wilkinson 1,491 1 43
Irwin 1,419 1 39
Taylor 1,261 1 37
Treutlen 1,234 1 48
Terrell 1,225 1 56
Jenkins 1,184 1 55
Twiggs 1,081 1 59
Wheeler 955 1 33
Schley 645 1 7
Sumter 4,130 0 131
Franklin 3,915 0 80
Cook 3,585 0 60
Dodge 3,572 0 125
Hart 3,491 0 65
Brantley 3,108 0 84
Jeff Davis 2,942 0 56
Greene 2,684 0 70
Bleckley 2,293 0 73
McIntosh 1,698 0 30
Dooly 1,639 0 58
Candler 1,558 0 86
Montgomery 1,515 0 39
Pulaski 1,508 0 60
Lanier 1,466 0 16
Wilcox 1,272 0 56
Crawford 1,126 0 42
Hancock 1,121 0 80
Randolph 998 0 42
Marion 960 0 36
Warren 761 0 24
Talbot 730 0 27
Echols 715 0 11
Glascock 413 0 20
Clay 312 0 4
Quitman 253 0 4
Taliaferro 168 0 3
Banks 2,711 -1 60
Bulloch 11,130 -2 193
Fannin 3,736 -2 103
Baker 367 -12 14

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  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.