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Georgia’s Total Confirmed Cases Now Surpass 404,000. Here’s Where They Are.

Lighter than normal early morning traffic moves in and out of downtown Atlanta Monday, March 16, 2020. Many schools are closed and more people are working remotely due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
Lighter than normal early morning traffic moves in and out of downtown Atlanta Monday, March 16, 2020. Many schools are closed and more people are working remotely due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
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Updated Nov. 23 at 3:11 p.m.

Coronavirus cases in Georgia have been rising steadily.

During this pandemic, the Georgia Department of Public Health is releasing information about confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths throughout the day on their daily status report page, according to the department’s website.

Track the changes in confirmed coronavirus cases, deaths, and hospitalizations. 

The GDPH calls a confirmed coronavirus case one where the person has tested positive for COVID-19.

The interactive map was created by Lauren Booker.