LAST REVIEWED APRIL 21, 2021 3:21 P.M. EST
Georgia has given more than 8.14 million COVID-19 tests. There have been 871,460 cases of COVID-19 in Georgia and there is currently a 10.4% positive rate. At least 17,272 people have died. The rolling 7-day average of new cases is 972.1. The rolling 7-day average is 6% positive.
The COVID-19 vaccine arrived in metro Atlanta with the first doses administered Dec. 16. The state said as of Feb. 25, it was doing away with the phase terminology. As of March 25, vaccines are open for all Georgians over the age of 16. Vaccines for people 65 and up began Jan. 11. So far, the state has administered 5,511,221 vaccines.
As of April 8, Gov. Kemp has lifted all restrictions over COVID-19.
How to help
How to get help
The Atlanta Community Food Bank is working to help families in need. They have a map of places you can visit to get help. Unemployment resources are available here.
MARTA is taking extra precautions to protect riders and requiring masks. They are regularly cleaning buses, rail, vans and all stations. MARTA has made a variety of service changes and reductions due to COVID-19.
The Georgia Department of Health has a large number of COVID-19 testing sites. Testing is available to all residents at this time.
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