Governor Of Georgia Declares Public Health Emergency After Coronavirus Cases Rise To 66

Governor Brian Kemp has declared a public health emergency amid the coronavirus outbreak and the virus spreading in Georgia.

According to WSBTV, as of Saturday at 12 pm, there are 66 cases of COvid-19, which is the largest increase within a 24 hour period.

The cases are as follows: 15 cases in Cobb County, 13 cases in Fulton County, 8 cases in DeKalb County, 7 cases in Bartow County, 5 cases in Cherokee County, 4 cases in Fayette County, 3 cases in Floyd County, 2 cases in Coweta County, 2 cases in Gordon County, 2 cases in Gwinnett County, 1 case in Lee County, 1 case in Henry County, 1 case in Loundes County, 1 case in Polk County, and 1 case in Charlton County.

Governor Kemp stated in a news conference early Saturday that none of the cases have a connection to travel.


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