146 coronavirus cases confirmed in Georgia across 27 different counties

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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Georgia is up to 146 cases. There have been no new deaths since the first was announced last week.

The Georgia Department of Public Health releases these new numbers every day at noon. A confirmed case is defined as a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Stay with WSBTV.com and watch Channel 2 Action News for developments on the coronavirus outbreak and how it continues to affect people in Georgia, as well as across the world.

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Here’s a breakdown of the cases county-by-county. The new counties are in bold.

  • Fulton County 33 
  • Cobb County 25
  • DeKalb County 15
  • Bartow County 10
  • Gwinnett County 7
  • Cherokee County 7
  • Floyd County 6
  • Doughtery County 6
  • Fayette County 5
  • Clayton County 4
  • Lowndes County 4
  • Clarke County 3
  • Coweta County 3
  • Gordon County 2
  • Troup County 2
  • Lee County 2
  • Henry County 2
  • Forsyth County 1
  • Polk County 1
  • Hall County 1
  • Barrow County 1
  • Charlton County 1
  • Columbia County 1
  • Rockdale County 1
  • Newton County 1
  • Paulding County 1
  • Richmond County 1