Coronavirus in Georgia: 620 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 25 deaths

These are the latest numbers from 7 p.m. update Sunday night by Georgia Department of Public Health.

GEORGIA — There are now 620 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Georgia and 25 deaths, as of 7 p.m. Sunday. That is up from 600 cases and 23 deaths as of 12 p.m. Sunday.

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The Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency said earlier Sunday that of the people who have died, 19 had underlying health conditions. The median age of the deaths was 67.

Of the 23 deaths from #COVID19 in Georgia, 19 had underlying health conditions and the median age was 67. Please help...

Posted by Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency on Sunday, March 22, 2020

TThe Department of Public Health now updates the number of cases twice a day, at noon and 7 p.m. as the number of tests increases.

Here are the cases by county:

Fulton: 111 (2 deaths)

Cobb: 67 (5 deaths)

Bartow: 56 (1 death)

DeKalb: 53

Dougherty: 52 (6 deaths)

Gwinnett: 27 (1 death)

Cherokee: 18

Carroll: 16

Carroll: 14

Clayton: 13 (1 death)

Richmond: 10

Clarke: 10

Fayette: 9 (2 deaths)

Floyd: 9 (1 death)

Hall: 9

Coweta: 9

Lowndes: 8

Henry: 7 (1 death)

Forsyth: 5

Chatham: 4

Douglas: 4

Gordon 4

Newton : 4

Paulding: 4

Polk: 4

Troup: 4

Glynn: 4

Columbia: 3

Lamar: 3

Peach: 3

Baldwin: 2

Butts: 2

Early: 2

Effingham: 2

Laurens : 2

Muscogee: 2

Oconee: 2

Pickens: 2

Rockdale: 2

Spalding: 2

Sumter: 2

Terrell: 2

Tift: 2

Whitfield: 2

Worth: 2

Barrow: 1

Bibb: 1

Charlton: 1

Chattooga: 1

Clinch: 1

Coffee: 1

Dawson: 1

Heard: 1

Houston: 1

Lincoln: 1

Lumpkin: 1

Miller: 1

Monroe: 1

Randolph: 1

Randolph: 1

Tattnall: 1

Turner: 1

Twiggs: 1

Unknown: 38

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