Updated: Keeping Your Social Distance While Lending A Helping Hand in AtlantaAs health experts recommend social distancing to help stop the coronavirus from spreading, several organizations are looking for helping hands to assist the area's most vulnerable citizens through donations.
Cobb County Police Announce CDC-Recommended Operational Changes"There are calls for service that do not necessitate the need of an officer at the scene. In such cases residents may, after making an initial 911 call, get a call back from a police supervisor or an officer to make a report over the phone. There will be handled on a case-by-case basis."
Coronavirus Cases In Georgia Now Up To 146: Gov. KempGovernor Brian Kemp held a rare online press conference with reporters, providing an update on Georgia’s efforts to combat coronavirus.
GA Flu Deaths Climb As Flu More Worrisome Than CoronavirusGeorgia saw deaths from the flu increase again in the last week. So far this season, an estimated 26 million people have been sickened.
CDC Issues 1st Quarantine In 50 Years Amid International Spread Of Novel CoronavirusThe CDC conducts the first quarantine in five decades in light of the novel coronavirus.
Flu Activity Jumps In GA, 15 Deaths Through End Of 2019The peak of flu season can come any time between late December and February, but Georgians are already being hit hard with the flu.
CDC: Deadly 'Superbug' Case Confirmed In GeorgiaA drug-resistant fungus infection called "a serious global health threat" by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been confirmed in Georgia for the first time.
First 2019 Metro Atlanta West Nile Virus Case ConfirmedFulton Board of Health officials said Wednesday a local hospital verified a 44-year-old woman has tested positive for the virus.
576 Hepatitis A Cases, 3 Deaths, In GA As Outbreak ExpandsThe CDC says the number of Hepatitis A cases in Georgia has topped 500 in the past year and includes three deaths.
Poop Water: GA Swimming Pools Can Have Diarrhea Causing ParasitesNew Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data shows an uptick in crypto parasites in Georgia public swimming pools and water parks.
Mystery E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 72 People In 5 States, Including Georgia, CDC SaysAs of Thursday, 72 people in five states, including Virginia, have become ill, yet the cause of their infection remains unknown, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.