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77,000+ new COVID cases reported in U.S. on Thursday: new record

AJC - October 23, 2020

Georgia among least vaccinated states for flu, report says

11ALIVE - October 23, 2020

A broken-hearted Cuthbert says goodbye to its hospital

AJC - October 23, 2020

Who would get a COVID-19 vaccine first in Georgia? What to know about distribution

The Telegraph - October 23, 2020

COVID all too common among Georgia probate judges, with 15 infected, 3 dead

Savannah Morning News - October 23, 2020

Columbus will suspend COVID-19 mask mandate this week, mayor says. Here’s why

Ledger-Enquirer - October 22, 2020

5-year-old Georgia boy writes book to help kids battle the stress of the coronavirus pandemic

WJCL-22 - October 22, 2020

Long-term care facilities worried about third COVID spike over winter months

13-WMAZ - October 22, 2020

Caddie, childcare worker test positive for COVID-19 at new LPGA Drive On stop in Georgia

USA Today - October 22, 2020

Rural U.S. Hospitals Are on Life Support as a Third Wave of COVID-19 Strikes

TIME - October 21, 2020

Expert warns the ‘darkest’ time of the pandemic will be the holidays

AJC - October 21, 2020

High-dose flu vaccine in limited supply in Georgia

AJC - October 21, 2020

Were The Risks Of Reopening Schools Exaggerated?

WABE - October 21, 2020

Citing Virus, DeKalb County School District Remains Virtual

WABE - October 21, 2020

He was terrified of needles and blood. Now, he’s a paramedic fighting COVID-19

11ALIVE - October 21, 2020

More than 6M households missed their rent or mortgage payment in September

USA Today - October 20, 2020

More than 6 million households failed to make their rent or mortgage payments in September, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Research Institute for Housing America, a sign that the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is weighing on jobless Americans as Congress stalls on relief measures. In the third quarter, the percent of homeowners and renters behind on their payments fell slightly from the prior quarter. Still, the overall amount remains high, experts caution.