Phoebe continues to see decrease in COVID-19 cases
The number of COVID-19 patients at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital dropped below 100 on the week, but the number of residents testing positive for the coronavirus climbed by 20 from the previous 24 hours. Read the full article: Albany Herald  Read more
Albany restaurant owners say they won’t open
Glenn Singfield, the owner of The Flint and Albany Fish Co. restaurants in Albany and one of a group of 17 restaurant and business owners who met as a group at the downtown Convention & Visitors Bureau Thursday, said what most in the group were thinking when he said... Read more
Churches in Albany delay live services amid COVID-19 increases
Dougherty County’s churches seem to be in no rush to open sanctuaries, even as Gov. Brian Kemp has given the OK for the re-opening of restaurants, tattoo parlors and other businesses in coming days. Kemp’s order, which rescinds many of the shelter-in-place restrictions, also would allow churches to resume... Read more
Phoebe CEO says COVID stats ‘moving in the right direction’
While Scott Steiner does everything outside of revealing privileged information to remain transparent in the Phoebe Putney Health System’s efforts to contain the coronavirus in southwest Georgia, he is a practical man. That’s why he hesitates when sharing the latest virus data collected at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, which... Read more
Dougherty officials prepare for what may be the worst week
As of the weekend, 50 Dougherty County residents who have died during the crisis have tested positive for the virus, Dougherty County Coroner Michael Fowler announced during a Monday news conference. Read the full article: Albany Herald  Read more

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