Parts of Georgia have coronavirus infection rates rivaling the hardest-hit regions across the world, and even as testing capacity increases, the state still lags... Do Georgia hospitals have enough beds to handle the surge?

Parts of Georgia have coronavirus infection rates rivaling the hardest-hit regions across the world, and even as testing capacity increases, the state still lags far behind other regions of the country in the number of tests per person it’s performing. Experts say the worst has yet to come, and Georgia’s hospitals are preparing.

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