GEORGIA

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GEORGIA

290,129

Total Cases

3,894

Total Deaths

278,251

Total Recovered

7,984

Total Active Cases

+11

New Deaths

+1,374

New Cases


via eastcobbnews04/13/2021

Georgia DPH suspending Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines - East Cobb News

The Georgia Department of Public Health on Tuesday announced that it is temporarily stopping the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control have urged a halt after blood clot side effects were reported in six known cases. Johnson & Johnson has distributed more ... Read more

via 41nbc04/12/2021

Centerville holding Covid-19 vaccine clinic Friday - 41 NBC News

CENTERVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The City of Centerville is holding a vaccine clinic on Friday, April 16th at the Galleria Mall. The vaccination event starts at 10:00am, and participants do need to register by using the QR code or clicking the registration link. The City of Centerville is partnering with Robins Pharmacy to offer the […]

via eastcobbnews04/12/2021

Kemp touts Georgia's 'resilience' in response to COVID-19 - East Cobb News

Still chastened by Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game away from nearby Truist Park, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp told a Cobb Chamber of Commerce audience Monday that the Atlanta Braves were also robbed on the field Sunday night. “The refs screwed us at the Braves game Sunday night,” Kemp said, a reference ... Read more

via allongeorgia04/09/2021

Bulloch Co Health Department Hosting Drive-Through COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Saturday - All On Georgia

The Bulloch County Health Department is hosting a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic this Saturday, April 10, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. They will be administering the Johnson and Johnson single-dose vaccine. The clinic is open to anyone 18 years old and older. Appointments are required and can be scheduled by visiting https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine. Choose the blue “Health […]


via week04/08/2021

The Latest: Florida sues government to start cruise ships - week.com

MIAMI — The state of Florida has filed a lawsuit against the federal government to demand cruise ships start sailing. Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis says the no-sail order is outdated and hurts the state because the industry generates billions for the economy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines last week for

via newschannel904/08/2021

Georgia "open for business;" some experts say it's too soon - WTVC

Gov. Brian Kemp is declaring that "Georgia is open for business" as of Thursday, loosening the restrictions he imposed last year to control the spread of the coronavirus by letting people sit closer together at restaurants and gather in larger crowds. The Republican governor changed Georgia's rules despite urgings from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and President Joe Biden that states should keep curbs on unmasked close contact among strangers.

via wpta2104/08/2021

The Latest: New Zealand quarantine hotel guard infected - wpta21.com

NEW DELHI — New cases in India hit a record on Thursday with 126,789, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi got his second shot and urged others to follow suit, saying “vaccination is among the few ways we have to defeat the virus.” India started its vaccination drive in January. So far, more than 90 million

via finance.yahoo04/13/2021

China reports 9 new COVID-19 cases vs 16 a day earlier - Yahoo Finance

China reported nine new COVID-19 cases on April 12, down from 16 cases a day earlier, the country's national health authority said on Tuesday. The National Health Commission said in a statement that one of the new cases was a local infection reported in Yunnan province, which is dealing with a cluster that emerged in Ruili city on the border with Myanmar. The number of new asymptomatic cases, which China does not classify as confirmed cases, rose to 18 from 12 cases a day earlier.

via statesboroherald04/12/2021

U.S. COVID cases rising, Bulloch staying low - Statesboro Herald

Despite 163,000 new COVID-19 cases being reported across the United States since Friday, Bulloch County continued its two-month trend of recording a handful of new cases a day. In fact, the Georgia Department of Public Health said Bulloch had a total of seven new cases since Friday.


via menafn04/09/2021

Georgia reports 777 new cases of coronavirus for April 9 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Apr.9

By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:

Georgia has reported 777 new cases of coronavirus, 342 recoveries and nine deaths in the past 24 hours, Trend reports via Georgian media.

As reported, some 36,578 tests have been conducted around the country in the past 24 hours, 24,438 of the 36,578 tests were rapid tests, while th

via wabe.org04/08/2021

Kemp's Georgia 'Opening' Message Causes Confusion Over State's COVID-19 Rules | 90.1 FM WABE - WABE 90.1 FM

On Thursday, Gov. Brian Kemp scaled back many of Georgia’s COVID-19 restrictions that had been in place for months. But messaging around the regulatory changes led to confusion about what guidelines actually remain in place. Dozens of regulations remain on the books.  A press release from the governor’s office late

via wabe.org04/08/2021

Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson Calls For Investigation Into COVID-19 Nursing Home Deaths | 90.1 FM WABE - WABE 90.1 FM

Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson is awaiting a response from the Department of Health and Human Services after he and Sen. Raphael Warnock wrote a letter demanding an explanation of inconsistent numbers on coronavirus-related nursing home deaths in the state. Johnson, who represents Georgia's 4th District, says Georgians

via republicworld04/08/2021

The Latest: Georgia loosens COVID-19 restrictions - Republic World

Stay informed with today’s latest news from India & around the world. Get all the breaking news & current Indian news on politics, sports and entertainment only on Republic World. We provide the most in-depth coverage of top national news with timely breaking of all the recent news on politics, sports & entertainment

via newschannel904/07/2021

Kemp: "Georgia is open for business" with order rolling back COVID restrictions - WTVC

With an executive order rolling back remaining COVID-19 restrictions to the state's economy, Governor Brian Kemp is declaring that "Georgia is open for business. " The governor announced the news in a pre-recorded video released on social media Wednesday afternoon. In the video, Kemp says the decision to lift restrictions comes as Georgians are getting vaccinated and COVID-19 numbers are trending in the right direction.


via thegeorgeanne04/12/2021

Georgia Southern officials announce 17 positive COVID-19 ahead of its fourteenth week - The George-Anne

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern officials reported a week of increased positive COVID-19 cases, reporting 17 cases during the thirteenth week of this spring semester. After completing the thirteenth full week of classes in the spring semester, “the report below indicates a continued low number of total cases with 3 university-confirmed cases and 14 self-reported cases...

via reporternewspapers.net04/09/2021

'Georgia is open for business:' Gov. Kemp loosens COVID-19 restrictions across state - Reporter Newspapers

Gov. Brian Kemp’s executive order rolling back most of the state’s COVID-19 restrictions  went into effect today, April 8, eliminating the gatherings ban, sheltering in place requirements, and distance requirements for bars, restaurants and other places of businesses. “Many small business owners are still struggling under the impact COVID-19 has had on our economy,”  Kemp […]

via wgem04/09/2021

The Latest: US 7th Fleet: 96% of personnel fully vaccinated - WGEM

PHILIPPINE SEA — The U.S. 7th Fleet that operates throughout the Indo-Pacific says 96% of its personnel have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The fleet said in a news release that more than 14,000 of its service members had received their full doses of the vaccine, which it began administering on January 5. “We are

via wgem04/08/2021

The Latest: Tokyo governor asks for emergency virus measures - WGEM

MIAMI — The state of Florida has filed a lawsuit against the federal government to demand cruise ships start sailing. Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis says the no-sail order is outdated and hurts the state because the industry generates billions for the economy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines last week for

via kesq04/08/2021

The Latest: India reports record surge, Modi gets 2nd shot - kuna noticias y kuna radio

LONDON — Britain’s COVID-19 vaccination program is beginning to break the link between infection and serious illness or death, according to the latest results from an ongoing study of the pandemic in England. Researchers at Imperial College London found that COVID-19 infections dropped about 60% in March as national lockdown measures slowed the spread of