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Georgia

Overview

Total GA Vaccinations Administered

Total
8,749,742
July 26
+16

New GA Cases

July 26
+6,113
Trend
Rising

New GA Deaths

July 26
+14
Trend
Rising

Total GA Cases

Confirmed cases
1,163,818
Deaths
21,628

Tests in GA

Positive-Test Rate
10.8%
Georgia began reporting cases based on positive antigen tests in November, leading to a spike in daily case counts.

County Trends: Cases

Rising
104
Falling
8
Flat
47

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
Fulton 101,953 607 1,487
Cobb 82,194 372 1,122
DeKalb 68,858 350 1,083
Gwinnett 105,182 346 1,215
Clayton 28,344 221 527
Chatham 24,759 208 471
Henry 26,852 174 340
Cherokee 32,139 127 338
Bibb 16,690 126 467
Camden 4,751 115 43
Douglas 16,042 98 233
Richmond 25,557 97 535
Coweta 14,793 96 234
Muscogee 17,360 95 503
Carroll 11,898 95 247
Paulding 17,861 94 237
Houston 15,426 83 274
Columbia 17,480 79 211
Hall 28,257 77 499
Forsyth 23,355 76 205
Tift 5,211 66 133
Lowndes 13,396 62 219
Glynn 8,675 62 178
Fayette 9,437 60 178
Rockdale 8,188 60 181
Barrow 10,438 59 147
Coffee 5,620 57 182
Bartow 15,319 53 241
Walton 10,951 52 265
Bulloch 7,057 52 122
Troup 7,960 50 241
Effingham 4,920 49 75
Liberty 4,374 49 68
Newton 11,683 46 265
Dougherty 7,874 46 312
Spalding 6,661 43 205
Tattnall 2,484 40 69
Whitfield 17,195 39 252
Clarke 15,454 39 149
Laurens 5,853 39 173
Colquitt 4,996 35 131
Thomas 4,851 35 128
Jackson 10,222 34 153
Walker 7,975 32 91
Toombs 3,616 32 121
Pierce 2,646 32 62
Chattahoochee 4,842 31 17
Pickens 3,609 30 79
Gordon 8,415 29 120
Ware 5,118 28 184
Putnam 2,318 26 59
Early 1,234 25 47
Long 931 23 14
Cook 2,008 22 43
Catoosa 6,794 21 77
Bryan 3,926 21 42
Mitchell 2,191 21 85
Wayne 3,697 19 91
Haralson 2,762 19 91
Floyd 12,391 18 241
Dodge 2,178 18 109
Stewart 1,146 18 25
Polk 5,792 17 100
Oconee 4,102 17 73
Decatur 3,073 16 74
Emanuel 2,681 16 84
Grady 2,367 16 66
Monroe 2,780 15 105
Lamar 2,118 15 59
Jeff Davis 1,967 15 44
Charlton 1,754 15 36
Madison 3,328 14 56
Fannin 2,536 14 75
Jones 2,112 14 60
Bacon 1,725 14 40
White 3,257 13 83
Lee 2,877 13 59
Hart 2,482 13 56
Appling 2,391 13 72
Banks 1,891 13 40
Brooks 1,458 13 50
Habersham 5,155 12 164
Peach 2,770 12 70
Brantley 1,744 12 41
Screven 1,054 12 33
Montgomery 944 12 23
Murray 5,095 11 92
Butts 3,268 11 90
Chattooga 2,953 11 76
Morgan 2,202 11 31
Berrien 1,997 11 47
Turner 1,080 11 42
Evans 1,049 11 33
Echols 497 11 9
Upson 3,548 10 133
Burke 2,689 10 65
Ben Hill 2,170 10 84
Meriwether 2,104 10 91
Worth 1,843 10 69
Harris 2,725 9 65
Sumter 2,684 9 106
Pike 2,407 9 44
Bleckley 1,553 9 52
Crawford 702 9 21
Baldwin 4,635 8 136
Stephens 3,183 8 81
Dawson 3,140 8 49
Marion 601 8 25
Lumpkin 3,066 7 82
Crisp 2,143 7 91
Heard 919 7 23
Treutlen 900 7 34
Franklin 2,784 6 57
Washington 2,092 6 90
Rabun 1,823 6 51
Telfair 1,377 6 60
Candler 1,008 6 68
Clinch 1,001 6 27
Jenkins 891 6 44
Gilmer 3,115 5 90
Greene 1,860 5 62
Seminole 982 5 19
Johnson 1,157 4 50
Pulaski 950 4 48
Twiggs 748 4 47
Wheeler 656 4 26
Calhoun 593 4 16
Warren 560 4 20
Talbot 515 4 18
McDuffie 2,581 3 52
Elbert 2,323 3 74
Jefferson 1,989 3 69
Dooly 1,105 3 44
Atkinson 1,092 3 23
Irwin 1,039 3 31
Hancock 935 3 69
McIntosh 884 3 16
Wilcox 848 3 48
Terrell 840 3 49
Taylor 825 3 26
Randolph 665 3 34
Baker 266 3 12
Union 2,328 2 83
Dade 1,490 2 14
Jasper 1,429 2 40
Towns 1,300 2 60
Wilkes 1,129 2 31
Miller 868 2 14
Oglethorpe 1,516 1 31
Wilkinson 964 1 27
Macon 899 1 37
Lincoln 854 1 28
Lanier 810 1 14
Schley 360 1 5
Clay 243 1 3
Taliaferro 128 1 3
Glascock 271 0 19
Quitman 175 0 3
Webster 154 0 4

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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.
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