Coronavirus case updates

ATLANTA — Georgia added nearly 3,500 COVID-19 cases to its total count in 24 hours.

As of Thursday, Georgia added 3,472 coronavirus cases — reaching 87,709 total cases and 2,849 related deaths.

That's up from 84,237 cases and 2,827 related deaths Wednesday.

New COVID-19 cases in Georgia with 7-day rolling average 7/2

Source: The Valdosta Daily Times COVID-19 Database

The department reports 11,500 people have been hospitalized due to coronavirus and 2,389 people have been admitted into intensive care units; however, the website notes the number could be underreported. 

New COVID-19 viral tests in Georgia with 7-day rolling average 7/2

Source: The Valdosta Daily Times COVID-19 Database

Also, 883,239 Georgians have been tested for the virus and the state is reporting an 9.1% positive result rate.

For more data on Georgia, Lowndes County and the surrounding counties, The Valdosta Daily Times has created a database to track COVID-19 across the South Health District.

To reach the database, click the link here.

This story was updated at 3:35 p.m. July 2.

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