The Gist: Georgia’s number of new coronavirus cases per day is still going down. The number of deaths per day is also following that trend.
According to Wednesday’s coronavirus report from the Georgia Department of Public Health, the state is averaging 5,240 new cases per day and 139 deaths per day from COVID-19.
On Wednesday the state reported 4,128 new confirmed cases, 2,509 positive rapid test cases, and 139 confirmed deaths. There were 332 new hospitalizations reported Wednesday.
Hospital bed capacity remains high. Overall hospital bed capacity statewide is at 85.2% and the ICU bed capacity has reached 90.4%.
The Numbers: Below are today’s COVID-19 stats as provided by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
|Confirmed Cases Today:||4,128|
|Positive Rapid Result Cases Today:||2,509|
|Confirmed Deaths Today:||139|
|Total Confirmed Cases:||731,826|
|Total Positive Rapid Results:||153,779|
|Total Confirmed Deaths:||12,135|
|Total Probable Coronavirus Deaths:||1,508|
|Total ICU Admissions:||8,290|
|Average Number of New Cases Per Day||5,240|
|Hospital Bed Capacity||85.2%|
|ICU Bed Capacity||90.4%|
|Emergency Room Capacity||61.6%|
|Adult Ventilator Capacity||42.3%|