As of noon Monday, Cobb County has had 1,810 total cases of the coronavirus and 98 deaths, per the latest state Department of Public Health report.
The latest report shows about 50 new cases since Sunday afternoon, and two new deaths. The county is averaging about 228 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people, according to the state.
As of last Monday, April 27, the county had 1,483 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 81 deaths.
In Georgia as of noon Monday, there have been 29,103 reported cumulative cases and 1,204 deaths. Sunday, the state reported 28,602 cumulative cases and 1,177 deaths.
About 5.4% of the Cobb Countians who tested positive for the virus died. Statewide, the death rate was about 4.1%.
Of the state’s reported cases, 5,444 people had been hospitalized, according to the most recent report. Of those, 487, five more than were reported Sunday at noon, were in Cobb County. The Georgia DPH does not report how many people have recovered.
Cobb had the fourth-highest number of cumulative infections in the state, behind Fulton County at 3,039 cases and 125 deaths, DeKalb County with 2,243 cases and 57 deaths and Gwinnett County at 2,034 cases and 60 deaths.
According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1,122,486 people have contracted the virus and 65,735 have died.
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