Floyd County’s positivity rate for virus rises

Floyd County’s death toll from the coronavirus rose over the weekend, as did the positivity rate of residents tested. Since the pandemic began in Georgia in March, the deaths of 39 Romans have been attributed to COVID-19, with seven of them dying in the first two weeks of September. As of Sunday, 2,695 of the county’s nearly 100,000 residents have tested positive for the virus, according to the state Department of Health’s daily status report.

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