COVID-19: Georgia is reporting 14 fewer deaths than yesterday

The following is a snapshot of the statistics reported by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources at 3  p.m. on Saturday, June 6, 2020. For some reason, the cumulate total of deaths has been reduced by 14 from 2,174 to 2,160. Worldometer is still reporting the 2,174 total as we had on Friday evening, but according to the Georgia Department of Public Health, the cumulative total today is 2,160. At this time we are not sure whether it is an error in reporting the data today or previously. Since opening up, Georgia has dropped from 11th in the nation for the number of deaths reported to 14th and from 12th to 17th in the nation per 1 million in population.

Walton County

Cases – 298– That is one more case in the last 24 hours
Cases per 100,000 – 311
Total deaths – 15 – that’s no more cases in the next 24 hours
Hospitalized – 51 – that’s no more in the last 24 hours

Walton County Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities (cumulative) *

This information will not be updated until Monday so there is no change

Park Place, Monroe – 89 confirmed resident cases, 33 confirmed staff cases, 18 deaths reported – that is one more death in the last 24 hours.
The Retreat at Loganville Pearl Memory Care Building – 13 confirmed resident cases, four deaths
The Retreat at Loganville: one confirmed resident case, no staff cases, no deaths.

Gwinnett County

Cases – 4,432 – that’s 60 new cases reported in the past 24 hours
Cases per 100,000 – 456.4
Total deaths – 137 – that’s one more death reported in the past 24 hours
Hospitalized – 710  – That is three more hospitalizations reported in the last 24 hours

Georgia

Confirmed cases – 51,309 – that is 688 more cases reported in the last 24 hours
ICU admissions – 1,902 – that’s 30 more reported in the past 24 hours
Hospitalizations –8,662 – That’s 105 more hospitalizations reported in the past 24 hours
Total deaths – 2,160  – That is 14 fewer deaths reported in the last 24 hours.

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