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Here’s a look at Cobb County and state coronavirus numbers reported Monday, and how they compare to the day before. All information comes from the Georgia Department of Public Health.

Cobb County's COVID-19 Numbers for Monday

Category 02/22/21 Change
Cases 54,707 +171
Hospitalizations 2,723 +8
Deaths 816 +2

Georgia's COVID-19 Numbers for Monday

Category 02/22/21 Change
Cases 806,119 +1,331
Hospitalizations 54,883 +130
Deaths 14,689 +56

A Cobb-Douglas Public Health report, including data on how the coronavirus is affecting different ZIP codes, genders and ages, is available at reports.mysidewalk.com/17554e75c1#c-452027.

For the Georgia DPH’s full report, visit dph.georgia.gov/covid-19-daily-status-report.

National data can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website at cdc.gov.

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George Carey

22A rather technical but well documented explanation why the US (and, of course, Cobb County and Georgia) could immediately save a lot of lives by switching from a program of second shots after 3-4 weeks to stressing single shots with 3-4 month delay for second shot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OrgaMF5QpU&t=14s&ab_channel=Dr.JohnCampbell

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