The state of Georgia now ranks 35rd in the country for new coronavirus cases per 100,000, after leading which led the nation in the... White House task force warns of increase in COVID, test positivity in Georgia

The state of Georgia now ranks 35rd in the country for new coronavirus cases per 100,000, after leading which led the nation in the category in mid-August. The state had 83 cases per 100,000 people last week, lower than the national average of 117. Both of those numbers are up from a week ago as the country as a whole continues to see a rise in new cases.

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