Cobb County has again surpassed what federal health experts consider “high community spread” of COVID-19, amid growing concern over the Delta variant of the... Cobb considered area of ‘high community spread’ of COVID

Cobb County has again surpassed what federal health experts consider “high community spread” of COVID-19, amid growing concern over the Delta variant of the virus, according to Cobb & Douglas Public Health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention consider 100 cases per 100,000 county residents, a high rate of transmission. Cobb County has reached 158 cases per 100,000 residents, as of Friday, said Valerie Crow, spokeswoman for Cobb & Douglas Public Health.

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