People ages 65-74 account for the largest portion of COVID-19 deaths in Muscogee County - 51 deaths (30%).
The positive test was reported in St. Thomas, bringing the active number of cases in the health unit's region to six.
Excluding Labor Day, that's the fewest number of new cases reported in Georgia since June 8.
Three of the active cases are confirmed to come from close contact with a person also infected with COVID-19, while the remaining three are under investigation by the public health contact-tracing team.
There have been nearly 250 newly confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Ireland today with Offaly showing a small increase.
There are four ongoing confirmed cases in Woodstock and two in St. Thomas.
There has now been a total of 34,560 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.
On the leaflet, he said it was "an opportunity to remind the country of the choice we face for the coming winter". The World Health Organization's recommended test positivity percentage is 5% or less for at least 14 days.
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This includes extending the length of the loan from six years to ten, which will cut monthly repayments by almost half. McClarkin also describes the Government's decision to not extend the business rates relief for pubs as concerning.
There have been no additional deaths reported.
Whitley County Health Department officials reported one COVID-19 death on Monday.
The letter from the health unit's Dr. Paula Stewart said they had been in contact with and isolated all students and staff that may have had "high risk exposure".
There are 229 active cases of which 10 are now hospitalized.
Dr Ronan Glynn, Acting Chief Medical Officer, said: "I am asking everyone, but particularly those living and working in Cork, Galway, Monaghan and Roscommon, to adhere to the public health advice".
Tests: Georgia reported 301,453 total antibody tests and 2,898,498 total viral tests (+12,229 viral tests in 24 hours).
County officials also announced 71 COVID patients now are in the hospital, including 28 of those in ICU. Of those cases, 15,307 have been hospitalized with 3,261 admitted to the ICU. It pushes the county's pandemic-wide COVID total to 20,462.
The latest survey from the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) reveals a collapse in hotel bookings following the tightening of Covid-19 restrictions in Dublin.