Noon report, Wednesday, April 1

The Georgia Department of Public Health reports Madison County positive COVID-19 cases still at three as of noon Wednesday.

On Monday, the state announced Madison County’s first confirmed COVID-19 death, a 71-year-old man with pre-existing conditions. The report did not identify the deceased.

The noon report includes cases 4,368 cases statewide, with 139 deaths and 952 people hospitalized. Other area totals include, Clarke County, 51 cases and five deaths; Barrow County, 20 and two deaths; Oconee County, 17 cases; Jackson County, 9; Franklin County, five; Hart County, four; and Banks County, three; and Oglethorpe County, one.

There have been 20,326 tests conducted in Georgia.

The reports are available at noon and 7 p.m. each day at

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