Here’s the latest COVID-19 case, death and hospitalization data from the state.

ATLANTA — We’re breaking down the trends and relaying information from across the state of Georgia as it comes in, bringing perspective to the data and context to the trends.

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  • As of 3 p.m., there have been 16,607 reported deaths confirmed in Georgia, an increase of 74 since the previous day. Over the last 14 days (3/18-3/31), the average daily increase in newly reported deaths was 43.57 deaths each day. Over the previous 14-day period (3/4-3/17), the average daily increase in newly reported deaths was 46.29.
  • There have been 852,395 cases confirmed in Georgia, an increase of 1,089 since the previous day. Over the last 14 days, the average daily increase in newly confirmed cases was 987.5 new cases a day. Over the previous 14-day period, the average daily increase in newly confirmed cases was 1,112.
  • There have been 58,810 total patients hospitalized in Georgia during the pandemic, an increase of 150 since the previous day according to the Department of Public Health’s cumulative total. Over the last 14 days, the average daily increase in new patients was 83.93 new patients a day. Over the previous 14-day period, the average daily increase in new patients was 90.43.
  • The Georgia Emergency Management Agency began reporting current statewide hospitalizations on May 1. That day they reported 1,500 current hospitalizations. The agency discontinued its daily report on Sept. 5 pointing instead to the newly created Georgia COVID-19 Data Hub.
  • According to Georgia’s new database, as of March 31, there were 1,204 current hospitalizations – a decrease of 17 hospitalizations from the previous day.

Appling    1873    63

Atkinson    767    16

Baldwin    3784    109

Barrow    8391    126

Bartow    10847    200

Ben Hill    1480    58

Berrien    1039    29

Bleckley    791    33

Brantley    898    30

Bulloch    5154    62

Carroll    7229    129

Catoosa    5376    61

Charlton    1043    23

Chatham    19485    392

Chattahoochee    2924    12

Chattooga    2174    60

Cherokee    21578    286

Clarke    12432    128

Clayton    22342    410

Coffee    4198    132

Colquitt    3458    73

Columbia    10750    156

Coweta    8398    180

Crawford    518    15

DeKalb    55107    871

Decatur    2108    54

Dougherty    5389    271

Douglas    11434    166

Effingham    3666    62

Emanuel    1713    51

Fayette    6415    141

Forsyth    17148    166

Franklin    2303    41

Fulton    78422    1187

Gwinnett    83483    997

Habersham    4586    143

Haralson    1674    34

Henry    18259    270

Houston    9745    184

Jackson    8314    131

Jeff Davis    1271    37

Jefferson    1553    58

Laurens    3639    141

Liberty    3113    59

Lowndes    7573    132

Lumpkin    2715    61

Madison    2678    44

McDuffie    1615    39

McIntosh    668    14

Meriwether    1470    66

Mitchell    1497    73

Montgomery    706    19

Muscogee    13658    370

Newton    7180    204

Oglethorpe    1164    27

Paulding    10366    158

Pickens    2443    58

Randolph    463    32

Richmond    19187    388

Rockdale    5775    143

Seminole    729    17

Spalding    3859    147

Stephens    2929    75

Taliaferro    100    3

Tattnall    1822    42

Thomas    3488    112

Treutlen    622    22

Walton    7805    226

Washington    1608    55

Whitfield    14557    223

Wilkinson    723    27