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Georgia's COVID-19 curve as of July 26, 2021

As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, some central Georgia Counties are now reporting case numbers nearly 12x higher than a month ago. Last month, the state dropped to an average of fewer than 250 new cases a day. Within a month, cases more than tripled to 780 right before the two-week preliminary window. Cases continue to climb within that window, already hitting more than 1,200 new cases a day by last week. The state is still collecting results from the preliminary time frame, so we typically see those tallies go up. Using the 1,200 case preliminary tally, Georgia's average is already 1.5x higher than the initial peak in April 2020, but cases are still significantly lower than the peaks in July 2020 and in January 2021.
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