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COVID-19 pandemic in Georgia
COVID-19 rolling 14day Prevalence in Georgia by county.svg
Map of the outbreak in Georgia by confirmed new infections per 100,000 people (14 days preceding March 2)
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COVID-19 Prevalence in Georgia by county.svg
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationGeorgia, United States
First caseAtlanta
Arrival dateMarch 2, 2020 (1 year and 1 day ago)
Confirmed cases84,237 (as of July 1, 2020)
Deaths
2,827 (as of July 1, 2020)
Official website
dph.georgia.gov/novelcoronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic was first detected in the U.S. state of Georgia on March 2, 2020. The state's first death came ten days later on March 12. As of July 1, 2020, there were 84,237 confirmed cases, 11,275 hospitalizations, and 2,827 deaths.[1] All of Georgia's 159 counties now report COVID-19 cases, with four counties (Gwinnett, Fulton, DeKalb and Cobb) now reporting over 5,000 cases.[1] Three low-population counties (Early, Randolph and Terrell) have higher per capita case rates and death rates than New York City.[1][2]

The city of Albany became a major hot spot within the state with one of the highest densities of COVID-19 infections in the world based on the size of its population.[3] With approximately 75,000 residents, there have been 973 confirmed cases and 56 deaths at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital[4] in Albany, with many more still awaiting test results, quarantined inside their homes as of April 8, 2020.[3][5] The hospital also received media attention after CEO Scott Steiner said they had exhausted their entire six-month stockpile of medical supplies intended for COVID-19 response in just six days due to the extent of the outbreak.[6] As the hospital rushed to meet supply demands for PPE, they experienced price gouging and received defective equipment from black market medical suppliers in Mexico,[3][6] which resulted in a plan for staff workers to manually sew respiratory masks.[7] In response, Albany and surrounding Dougherty County declared a shelter-in-place order[8] lasting two weeks on March 20.[4]

Governor Brian Kemp declared an "unprecedented" public health emergency on March 14[9][10] and ordered on March 16 that all public schools, colleges, and universities in the state close from March 18 through the start of April.[11] COVID-19 was first detected in a prison inmate on March 20.[12] On March 23, gatherings of over 10 people were banned, bars and nightclubs were ordered to close, and a shelter-in-place order for the "medically fragile" was issued.[13] On April 2, a statewide shelter in place order was announced.[14]

On March 23, Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed a 14-day stay-at-home order to direct all city residents to stay at home except for performing essential tasks through April 7.[15][16] This followed a city-wide state of emergency on March 15 prohibiting "large public gatherings of more than 250 people"[17] and a March 20 order for businesses to close.[18] The city of South Fulton instituted a curfew on March 17, requiring residents to stay at home from 6:00 PM to 7:00 AM (with work and medical exceptions) and barring gatherings of more than ten people.[19] On March 23, DeKalb County enacted a "voluntary curfew".[20] Savannah issued a shelter-in-place order on March 24.[21]

As of July 2020, Georgia has the 9th highest number of confirmed cases in the United States.[22]

Timeline[edit source | edit]

On March 2, state officials announced the first two known cases in Georgia: a Fulton County man in his 50s and his teenage son who had returned on February 22 from a trip to Milan, Italy.[23][24]

On March 6, public health officials reported a presumptive positive case involving a 46-year-old woman in Floyd County that appeared unrelated to international travel.[25][26]

About 20 people contracted the virus at funerals held in the same funeral home on February 29 and March 7 in Albany. The state health department notified the funeral home on March 13 about potential exposure to the virus during the funerals. The city went on to lead the state in COVID-19 deaths and to have one of the highest infection rates in the country, with the outbreak linked to the funerals.[27][28][29]

Grand Princess and rising cases[edit source | edit]

On March 8, Governor Brian Kemp announced that a number of Americans on the cruise ship Grand Princess — including 34 Georgians — would be "securely transferred" to Dobbins Air Reserve Base for testing and quarantine on March 9 or 10. That night, Kemp said four currently hospitalized Georgians had been tested for COVID-19, with the Georgia Department of Public Health waiting for confirmation from the CDC; one person was a resident of Cherokee County, two were residents of Cobb County, and one a resident of Fulton County.[30][31]

On March 10, the Department of Public Health reported five additional cases, bringing the state total to 22. The majority of cases were in Cobb County (7 cases) and Fulton County (6 cases).[32] On March 11, the state announced nine more cases, making the total 31 presumed, with twelve confirmed.[33]

On March 12, the Governor's office reported the first death in the state of Georgia related to the pandemic — the 67-year-old man who had underlying health conditions.[34] He had attended the funeral held in Albany on February 29.[27] A dining facility worker at Moody Air Force Base, near Valdosta, tested positive for the virus, prompting the temporary closure of the facility for cleaning.[35]

States of emergency and stay-at-home orders[edit source | edit]

An empty aisle of shelving after widespread panic buying of paper towels at a CVS in Valdosta

On March 15, Atlanta mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms, declared a state of emergency in the city, and banned public gatherings of more than 250 people.[36]

On March 24, the governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, ordered all bars and clubs to close.[37]

Georgia cities and counties under executive orders
Municipality Emergency Stay-at-home Curfew Date Length
Athens–Clarke County Yes March 19, 2020
Atlanta Yes Yes March 23, 2020
Cobb County[38][39] Yes March 24, 2020 April 15, 2020
DeKalb County Yes Yes March 28, 2020 indefinite
Dougherty County Yes March 20, 2020
Effingham County Yes March 26, 2020
Gwinnett County Yes March 28, 2020 April 13, 2020
Savannah Yes Yes March 24, 2020 April 8, 2020
South Fulton Yes March 17, 2020

State and local government responses[edit source | edit]

State government[edit source | edit]

Brigadier General Dwayne Wilson, director of joint staff of the Georgia National Guard, speaks with reporters from 11 Alive about the Georgia Guard's response to COVID-19 in the joint operations center at the Clay National Guard Center on March 17, 2020.

All state lawmakers and their staff members were urged to self-quarantine on March 18 after state Senator Brandon Beach tested positive. Beach had displayed symptoms for nearly a week, and despite knowing his coronavirus test was pending, he went to work at the state capitol on March 16 when emergency legislation was passed. Beach explained in an interview that he "was cleared to go back to normal duties" and added that "[i]n no way, shape or form would [he] ever intentionally expose anyone".[40] Governor Kemp, who was also potentially exposed, said he would not self-quarantine or be tested because his time around others was "severely limited" and he "never interacted with any legislators".[41]

Kemp has faced criticism that his efforts to stop the virus' spread are not forceful enough.[42] In a primetime television "town hall" on March 26 simulcast on all of Atlanta's major network stations as well as by statewide PBS member Georgia Public Broadcasting and over 140 radio stations across the state[43] — Kemp appeared with members of the state coronavirus task force, including Atlanta mayor Bottoms, DPH commissioner Kathleen Toomey, Georgia Emergency Management Agency director Homer Bryson, and Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire commissioner John King.[citation needed]

On March 28, Governor Kemp's top aide Tim Fleming said on social media that "[t]he media and some in the medical profession are peddling these doomsday models and projections... This has in turn resulted in people panicking and local governments across our state overreacting. As a result of their overreach, many small businesses will struggle and some will not reopen." Around the same time, Atlanta mayor Bottoms warned that city hospitals were projected to be "filled beyond capacity" by May 3, and Toomey said the situation would "get much worse".[44]

On April 2, Governor Kemp issued a statewide shelter in place order, saying he had just learned "within the last 24 hours" that people infected with COVID-19 could transmit the disease even if they were not exhibiting symptoms. However, documents show that state officials were warned about so-called community transmission as early as March 2.[14]

Governor Kemp issued an order effective April 3 suspending local shelter-in-place mandates, reopening beaches so long as people stay six feet apart.[45]

On April 8, Governor Kemp extended the statewide shelter in place order through the end of April.[46] As of April 21, the state had over 20,000 confirmed cases[47] and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation predicted on that day that June 19 would be the earliest safe date for Georgia to relax its social distancing measures.[48]

Nonetheless, Governor Kemp announced on April 20 that many businesses could reopen on April 24, including "gyms, hair salons, bowling alleys and tattoo parlors", with restaurants and movie theaters allowed to reopen on April 27.[49] This move brought widespread condemnation from inside and outside of Georgia,[49][50] with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms saying she would "continue to ask Atlantans to please stay at home"; Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic Party candidate for governor, calling reopening "dangerously incompetent";[49] and even President Trump (who otherwise had generally been advocating for lifting stay-at-home orders, especially in states with Democratic governors) saying at the April 22 press briefing that Georgia "can wait a little longer... safety has to predominate."[51]

As a result of the state's reopening, COVID-19 cases and deaths were predicted to rise in Georgia.[52] In the first two weeks following the April 24th reopening, the gradual downward trend in new daily cases and deaths continued.[53] On May 9 the decline trend of new cases dissolved, and May 13 began a "second wave" of increasing daily rates of new cases.[54]

Coronavirus task force[edit source | edit]

Governor Kemp first announced the creation of an 18-member coronavirus task force on February 28.[55][56]

Initial task force members[57]

On March 12, Kemp announced that he was expanding the task force to include four new committees: the Emergency Preparedness Committee, chaired by John King; the Economic Impact Committee, chaired by Jeffrey Dorfman; the Primary Care Physicians Committee, chaired by Ben Watson (R–Savannah); and the Committee for the Homeless and Displaced, chaired by Keisha Lance Bottoms, mayor of Atlanta.[58] This increased the task force's size to 66 members.[59] On March 20, Kemp revealed the complete list of committee members.[60]

Economic Impact Committee

Emergency Preparedness Committee

Committee for the Homeless and Displaced

Primary Care Provider Committee

Kemp added a fifth committee on April 5, the Community Outreach Committee, co-chaired by Bernice A. King and Leo Smith.[61]

Community Outreach Committee

Quarantine sites[edit source | edit]

On March 9, Governor Kemp announced the preparation of Hard Labor Creek State Park, located in Morgan County, as a quarantine destination for diagnosed individuals "without other options".[62][63] On March 10, a coronavirus patient from Cherokee County, who did not need hospitalization but lacked adequate quarantine conditions at home, became the first to be relocated to the park; he was released on March 15.[64] A second person arrived on March 17.[62] Georgia stopped using this location on March 24.[citation needed]

A second quarantine site was constructed at the Georgia Department of Public Safety in Forsyth, Monroe County. The area houses twenty trailers[65][66] with room for up to 40 patients. This site opened on March 24, replacing the old site.[67]

Prisons[edit source | edit]

The Georgia Department of Corrections (DOC) suspended visitations and announced additional sanitation measures, but the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that inmates had seen no extra soap.[68] A prison worker was confirmed to have the coronavirus on March 18 — the DOC, citing "security and HIPAA restrictions", declined to name the affected prison. The first detected case on COVID-19 in a prison inmate was at Lee State Prison two days later, on March 20.[12]

Department of Public Health[edit source | edit]

Georgia Army National Guard Lt. Col. Pervis Brown and 2nd Lt. Austin Brumby track mission assignments from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency at the Joint Force Headquarters in Marietta, March 23, 2020.

The Department of Public Health (DPH) releases daily coronavirus statistics, including the number of confirmed cases, deaths, positive tests, and total tests, as well as breakdowns by age, sex, and county. DPH recently began releasing numbers twice a day at 12:00 pm and 7:00 pm, and starting on March 24 included the number of hospitalizations. On March 27, the DPH updated the state map on its website. The DPH does not release figures regarding its backlog of tests, a measure that other states have taken.[69]

On May 13, the DPH pulled a bar graph showing trends in new cases among Georgia's counties, that had been published with its bars not properly placed in chronological order (giving the false impression of descending case counts).[70][71]

COVID-19 lab tests (as of April 12, 2020)
Laboratory Positive tests Total tests
Georgia Public Health Laboratory 638 3,520
Other (commercial) 11,909 50,933
Total 12,547 54,453

County and city governments[edit source | edit]

Sign in Glynn County

In addition to Atlanta, the cities of Brookhaven, Clarkston, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody have approved plans to ban dine-in service at restaurants. Clarkston also banned gatherings of more than ten people.[18] South Fulton on March 17 instituted a curfew from 9:00 PM to 7:00 AM, with work and medical exceptions.[19]

Athens–Clarke County declared on March 19 that "all individuals... shall shelter at their place of residence", though with exceptions.[72][73]

DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond declared a state of emergency on March 23[74] and later issued a stay-at-home order effective from March 28 and to last indefinitely. The order does not affect cities within DeKalb County,[75] but the order "invites all of the cities to adopt this Order so that the [r]ules within all of DeKalb County are uniform".[76]

The city of Savannah declared a state of emergency on March 19, and mayor Van Johnson issued a stay-at-home order on March 24, effective through April 8. Johnson said that the order was "necessary and prudent to enhance and escalate our action plan to minimize the exposure of Savannahians to this virus".[21]

On March 26, Effingham County declared a state of emergency and "urged" residents to shelter in place.[77] Springfield declared an emergency the same day.[citation needed]

Tybee Island mayor Shirley Sessions ordered all non-essential businesses on the island to close and banned large groups from March 28 through April 9.[78][79]

Gwinnett County issued a stay-at-home order effective March 28 through April 13. The order covers the county as well as its 16 cities.[80]

School closures[edit source | edit]

Emory University became the first college in the state on March 11 to announce it was closing its campus and moving classes online for the remainder of the semester.[81] The University System of Georgia announced that its 26 public institutions would remain open based on the current advice of the Georgia Department of Public Health.[82] Three hours later the decision was reversed and the University System of Georgia has temporarily suspended instruction for two weeks starting on March 16.[82] On March 14, Gwinnett Technical College decided to close both of its campuses from March 16 through March 22, after announcing on March 13 that from March 23, to resume all currently 100% online courses as usual, and to convert all other courses to online instruction where possible.[83]

Also on March 12, 2020 many school districts in the state of Georgia decided to cancel classes for at least two weeks, such as Cobb County School District, who had an elementary school teacher test positive for the coronavirus.[84]

On April 1, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp ordered that all K-12 schools close through the end of the 2019–20 academic year. School districts will continue to educate students remotely. State officials have delayed the high-stakes testing that guides much of the instruction and are expecting approval from the federal government to scrap the tests altogether.[85]

Senators and Representatives[edit source | edit]

Votes on response bills[edit source | edit]

Congress has so far debated and enacted three bills meant to help the nation respond to the pandemic: the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020 (signed March 6), the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (signed March 18), and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (signed March 27).[citation needed]

Both of Georgia's Senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, supported all three bills.[citation needed]

Representatives Jody Hice and Barry Loudermilk voted against the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Hice told reporters that the House was "not given the opportunity to even read the legislation before [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi forced a vote, and no cost estimate had been prepared," and also falsely claimed[86] that the law would repeal the Hyde Amendment, calling it "par for the course for the left, the activist left".

Representative John Lewis did not vote on the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Act or on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act;[87] Representative David Scott did not vote on the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Act; and Representative Tom Graves did not vote on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.[citation needed]

Loeffler stock sell-off controversy[edit source | edit]

For further information, see 2020 Congressional insider trading scandal

Senator Loeffler, after a private briefing on the coronavirus from the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on January 24, 2020, began to offload various stocks[88] — by February 14, she had sold between $1.2 million and $3.1 million worth of holdings.[89] These actions attracted widespread condemnation — Democratic Senate contender Raphael Warnock called her actions "unconscionable", Republican Senate contender, US Representative Doug Collins said he was "sickened just thinking about it", and Georgia Speaker David Ralston said he was "absolutely worried about the down-ticket damage".[90]

Public transportation[edit source | edit]

Street sign in Brunswick

MARTA[edit source | edit]

In an effort to reduce exposure between bus drivers and riders, MARTA starting requiring passengers to use the rear door. Since the fare box is at the front near the driver, MARTA stopped collecting fares on buses.[91]

By the end of March, ridership on trains had fallen 67% and bus ridership dropped by 55% compared with the previous month,[91] reflecting national trends. A coalition of public transportation systems across the country — MARTA, along with Bay Area Rapid Transit, the Chicago Transit Authority, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, King County Metro, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NJ Transit, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority — requested at least $25 billion in relief from the federal government.[92]

Other public transport[edit source | edit]

In Cobb County, CobbLinc blocked access to seats near the front of the bus to maintain distance between the drivers and passengers.[93]

Gwinnett County Transit, similar to MARTA, stopped bus fare collection and only use the rear door.[93]

Private sector responses[edit source | edit]

Sign in Brunswick, May 11, 2020
Outside service at a tavern in Savannah, May 22, 2020

Commercial entities[edit source | edit]

Six Flags Over Georgia announced that the theme park would close temporarily from March 13 to April 1.[94] On March 30, it reported that it would not open until mid-May.[95]

Emory Healthcare announced the postponement of "all inpatient and outpatient elective surgical and procedural cases" starting on March 16.[96] Furry Weekend Atlanta, a furry convention held in Atlanta, announced that the 2020 iteration of the convention scheduled for May had been cancelled in response to the coronavirus pandemic.[97]

Other attractions in Atlanta that have closed temporarily include the Children's Museum of Atlanta, the World of Coca-Cola, the College Football Hall of Fame, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Georgia Aquarium, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and Zoo Atlanta.[98]

Foundations and charities[edit source | edit]

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation announced on March 20 that it would donate $5 million to an Atlanta coronavirus fund set up by United Way of Greater Atlanta, and Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia in Atlanta, in addition to $400,000 in other grants for non-profits in Georgia and Montana.[99][100]

In an effort to support local artists, non-profit CREATE Dunwoody created "Everything Will Be OK" yard signs which became popular.[101][102][103]

Impact[edit source | edit]

Airline passengers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport wearing facemasks

Economy[edit source | edit]

During the week of March 16–20, unemployment benefit filings in Georgia increased by 400%.[104] Businesses and workers from all over have been affected.[105]

Politics[edit source | edit]

Georgia's Democratic presidential primary elections were originally scheduled for March 24, 2020, but they were moved to May 19.[106] On March 24, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that all registered voters would receive absentee ballot request forms in the mail.[107][108] Georgia House Speaker David Ralston wanted to further postpone the election to at least June 23, but Raffensperger insisted the May date would proceed, saying that his plan "keeps the integrity of the vote, while also prioritizing the health and safety of Georgia voters".[109]

On March 10, state senator Brandon Beach started showing symptoms of COVID-19 and was tested on March 14. However, he attended a special session of the legislature on March 16 before his test results arrived on March 18 showing that he had tested positive. The entire Georgia state senate, their staffs, and Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan went into quarantine until March 30.[110]

Sports[edit source | edit]

Most of the state's sports teams were affected. Several leagues began postponing or suspending their seasons starting March 12. Major League Baseball cancelled the remainder of spring training on that date, and on March 16, they announced that the season will be postponed indefinitely, after the recommendations from the CDC to restrict events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, affecting the Atlanta Braves.[111] Also on March 12, the National Basketball Association announced the season would be suspended for 30 days, affecting the Atlanta Hawks.[112]

The NCAA also cancelled all of its remaining tournaments for the academic year, including the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament — whose semi-finals and championship game were originally to be hosted by Atlanta.[113]

The Masters, held annually in Augusta, were postponed and are tentatively rescheduled for November 12–15, 2020.[114]

Entertainment[edit source | edit]

The touring production of Hamilton, originally scheduled to play at the Fox Theatre in April, moved its dates to August 4 – September 5, causing a production of Ain't Too Proud to be moved to later in the season and for a concert by Blackberry Smoke with The Wild Feathers and an appearance from Iliza Shlesinger to be postponed.[115]

Judicial system[edit source | edit]

Grand juries were not allowed to convene through June 12, which consequently delayed a review over whether charges should be filed in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in February.[116][117]

Per-county case statistics[edit source | edit]

COVID-19 cases by county (cumulative)[118]
Date
Appling
Atkinson
Bacon
Baker
Baldwin
Banks
Barrow
Bartow
Ben Hill
Berrien
Bibb
Bleckley
Brantley
Brooks
Bryan
Bulloch
Burke
Butts
Calhoun
Camden
Candler
Carroll
Catoosa
Charlton
Chatham
Chattahoochee
Chattooga
Cherokee
Clarke
Clay
Clayton
Clinch
Cobb
Coffee
Colquitt
Columbia
Cook
Coweta
Crawford
Crisp
Dade
Dawson
Decatur
DeKalb
Dodge
Dooly
Dougherty
Douglas
Early
Echols
Effingham
Elbert
Emanuel
Evans
Fannin
Fayette
Floyd
Forsyth
Franklin
Fulton
Gilmer
Glascock
Glynn
Gordon
Grady
Greene
Gwinnett
Habersham
Hall
Hancock
Haralson
Harris
Hart
Heard
Henry
Houston
Irwin
Jackson
Jasper
Jeff Davis
Jefferson
Jenkins
Johnson
Jones
Lamar
Lanier
Laurens
Lee
Liberty
Lincoln
Long
Lowndes
Lumpkin
Macon
Madison
Marion
Mcduffie
Mcintosh
Meriwether
Miller
Mitchell
Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan
Murray
Muscogee
Newton
Oconee
Oglethorpe
Paulding
Peach
Pickens
Pierce
Pike
Polk
Pulaski
Putnam
Quitman
Rabun
Randolph
Richmond
Rockdale
Schley
Screven
Seminole
Spalding
Stephens
Stewart
Sumter
Talbot
Taliaferro
Tattnall
Taylor
Telfair
Terrell
Thomas
Tift
Toombs
Towns
Treutlen
Troup
Turner
Twiggs
Union
Upson
Walker
Walton
Ware
Warren
Washington
Wayne
Webster
Wheeler
White
Whitfield
Wilcox
Wilkes
Wilkinson
Worth
Non-Georgia Resident
Unknown
Daily
Cumulative
Hospitalizations
Positive tests
Total tests
Mar 2 2 2 2
Mar 3 0 2
Mar 4 0 2
Mar 5 0 2
Mar 6 1 1 3
Mar 7 1 4 1 1 5 8
Mar 8 1 2 5 3 11
Mar 9 3 1 1 2 4 15
Mar 10 4 6 2 17
Mar 11 2 1 6 2 2 7 1 1 10 27
Mar 12 1 3 2 3 8 1 6 33
Mar 13 7 5 15 2 8 4 13 31 64
Mar 14 7 2 1 2 66
Mar 15 9 6 2 2 19 10 6 5 4 20 4 2 2 1 33 99
Mar 16 7 3 5 22 1 27 5 1 2 3 1 1 22 121
Mar 17 1 10 4 25 1 3 15 6 33 7 4 1 1 2 25 146
Mar 18 19 9 5 6 28 18 7 8 2 49 3 3 1 2 5 3 3 0 1 51 197 197 1508
Mar 19 26 1 16 8 37 22 20 2 9 3 66 2 4 12 5 3 2 3 6 1 1 2 1 6 90 287 287 1831
Mar 20 54 7 2 10 10 47 6 1 36 44 1 1 7 88 3 23 6 1 6 2 1 13 7 1 1 4 1 2 3 8 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 31 198 485 485 2386
Mar 21 2 56 14 4 17 9 13 50 3 8 41 47 4 8 4 99 4 9 7 1 1 14 1 2 4 2 4 10 2 2 4 37 70 555 555 3616
Mar 22 2 16 1 18 10 1 67 9 53 52 2 9 5 111 4 27 3 16 8 2 3 1 1 2 27 65 620 620 4020
Mar 23 61 2 1 21 1 24 14 19 79 1 74 69 7 11 10 7 152 6 35 10 1 9 19 1 2 1 1 3 5 3 1 1 11 5 4 1 3 46 180 800 800 5069
Mar 24 3 2 76 1 4 2 1 26 7 30 17 21 90 2 1 6 10 3 107 101 12 5 3 1 12 12 8 191 5 8 1 46 16 13 5 1 1 6 24 11 3 1 1 4 3 4 6 5 6 4 8 1 10 8 2 5 2 4 1 3 4 6 1 4 79 297 1097 361 1097 5484
Mar 25 82 6 3 3 50 36 21 29 109 2 10 1 125 1 123 18 6 14 10 204 9 69 19 20 6 2 1 2 1 7 25 1 12 2 2 8 6 5 9 10 10 1 5 1 0 4 1 5 7 2 0 1 2 1 4 1 3 160 290 1387 438 1387 6179
Mar 26 1 5 93 8 3 1 2 52 9 44 29 37 119 4 14 4 2 2 137 164 7 14 17 15 1 231 6 79 22 1 29 9 3 2 8 29 3 14 4 3 1 3 10 6 12 7 7 10 2 11 13 11 7 2 5 7 10 2 2 6 6 178 256 1643 509 1643 8948
Mar 27 7 107 2 11 5 2 61 15 1 50 34 53 163 3 5 10 19 3 219 203 32 13 4 3 22 26 21 347 7 12 121 30 1 44 10 2 2 7 37 20 3 14 7 15 10 13 6 2 3 16 2 10 6 3 13 9 4 7 207 555 2198 607 2198 9865
Mar 28 117 13 7 1 5 3 64 3 54 35 57 185 7 12 20 6 4 246 224 35 16 26 27 22 2 378 14 131 31 2 2 50 13 1 9 39 3 4 15 2 8 20 5 2 1 3 12 17 3 3 13 10 7 5 2 5 1 8 229 248 2446 660 2446 11051
Mar 29 1 6 119 14 1 4 1 70 16 60 59 228 10 6 23 4 273 247 38 27 28 28 425 8 145 33 3 56 15 12 43 5 3 9 18 11 23 2 18 5 12 15 2 10 4 8 10 226 237 2683 678 2683 12564
Mar 30 2 3 1 9 125 3 1 16 1 6 6 4 97 19 3 69 47 1 62 250 7 14 37 8 1 7 6 294 2 3 278 43 20 42 31 36 4 503 1 17 15 3 178 34 4 4 2 68 26 1 1 1 3 13 44 4 4 21 2 1 6 5 16 4 14 22 12 26 7 6 14 3 17 29 1 7 14 17 1 2 20 19 15 3 5 2 2 12 114 349 3032 773 3032 13457
Mar 31 1 5 4 5 3 19 137 20 2 2 8 8 9 123 4 32 78 51 5 112 287 11 20 24 41 16 10 8 360 8 466 51 32 5 1 4 48 50 47 599 16 1 7 242 2 67 5 3 4 86 30 8 0 2 3 90 5 23 7 2 3 4 34 5 2 5 19 31 16 1 31 7 3 15 2 5 40 45 4 1 6 15 4 1 35 40 10 20 3 18 4 1 9 10 3 4 1 3 10 1 1 28 183 1085 4117 885 4117 16181
Apr 1 6 7 20 147 2 23 9 10 5 133 39 2 85 54 128 304 9 21 42 19 11 373 3 10 490 56 34 6 70 50 5 638 19 18 2 8 257 71 6 3 2 95 44 5 10 4 4 1 14 94 7 24 3 7 39 6 22 34 17 33 7 16 4 1 4 41 47 2 5 17 5 38 46 14 28 19 5 1 6 2 13 12 4 14 485 631 4748 1013 4748 20328
Apr 2 3 153 3 25 4 11 4 9 6 139 5 44 94 55 7 165 2 341 28 27 48 21 10 409 5 11 521 66 42 6 8 55 78 53 747 21 20 303 72 5 115 49 11 5 6 104 5 26 2 5 4 9 40 7 26 37 19 35 9 10 5 2 42 57 6 48 2 47 17 29 5 21 6 15 14 6 665 696 5444 1129 5444 22957
Apr 3 5 11 22 159 34 5 15 5 11 147 6 65 114 59 206 422 15 44 33 56 24 13 16 483 12 607 78 61 1 61 79 61 910 23 21 3 12 353 81 10 6 143 58 6 13 2 6 15 123 9 32 7 1 5 2 10 11 46 7 31 42 21 46 10 16 4 18 1 11 49 67 5 8 23 67 3 3 50 26 34 1 30 12 8 3 16 17 5 15 3 33 264 523 5967 1222 5967 25265
Apr 4 5 25 160 4 36 9 19 15 158 81 120 62 235 453 49 36 64 28 16 539 15 685 84 64 9 66 80 71 959 28 23 400 117 167 59 15 4 3 2 7 134 10 37 9 4 2 6 11 10 53 9 35 52 24 50 5 7 3 18 51 75 6 26 6 83 4 57 33 12 18 18 5 1 4 16 2 2 36 88 416 6383 1266 6383 26294
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Apr 27 58 7 22 20 183 16 110 288 24 15 252 9 21 49 48 34 76 126 85 29 8 329 46 8 206 9 13 384 128 20 643 8 1465 109 170 144 17 188 14 155 17 53 62 1833 23 114 1474 282 199 5 34 19 19 4 24 167 133 263 17 2605 49 0 51 81 51 53 1532 181 1062 20 27 56 9 10 456 212 15 76 20 14 14 16 39 26 33 8 53 302 35 10 4 137 31 73 22 39 43 4 50 29 292 22 2 24 24 282 167 57 48 161 39 21 54 39 46 21 31 3 10 156 373 163 16 14 29 195 72 17 362 21 0 7 16 25 165 159 100 28 20 2 135 64 7 32 201 59 98 112 12 34 11 9 3 44 67 70 23 32 142 626 22890 4665
Apr 28 64 7 22 21 199 17 114 292 26 16 261 9 21 52 49 34 74 129 87 30 8 329 46 8 208 9 14 412 143 20 661 8 1505 112 179 146 17 190 14 159 14 54 65 1881 24 120 1490 287 202 5 34 19 20 4 24 170 134 275 17 2705 54 0 53 81 54 54 1570 196 1116 30 27 57 9 10 478 215 15 77 20 14 14 16 39 28 34 8 54 309 36 11 4 141 33 73 22 40 44 4 52 29 290 23 2 25 26 288 177 58 48 167 40 22 54 38 49 24 37 5 10 156 381 170 16 15 29 199 73 21 369 21 0 7 17 25 169 163 99 28 20 2 138 65 7 34 203 58 104 113 12 37 12 10 4 49 73 72 23 32 143 599 638 23528 4744
Apr 29 65 7 22 21 208 20 130 307 25 18 297 12 22 52 50 35 83 134 90 31 7 345 46 9 221 11 16 444 144 21 686 8 1563 125 181 155 22 193 15 162 14 59 80 1925 25 121 1496 311 210 5 34 22 21 4 27 174 138 286 17 2770 63 0 55 88 61 52 1690 219 1233 40 28 58 10 9 490 218 15 84 22 15 14 16 39 28 37 8 54 313 36 12 4 151 38 75 24 41 44 4 53 31 304 23 2 28 27 292 185 59 49 174 45 26 54 39 55 26 37 5 12 158 388 177 16 15 30 205 72 22 372 23 0 8 17 25 175 173 106 28 21 3 142 67 8 33 210 58 118 115 12 37 12 10 4 57 79 89 24 34 147 554 972 24500 5009
Apr 30 70 8 24 23 215 24 133 316 25 17 306 17 23 59 52 38 85 145 106 33 7 358 47 8 226 12 16 467 151 22 716 8 1625 138 185 160 23 195 15 165 14 61 83 2029 26 129 1506 321 213 5 35 23 21 4 29 176 144 300 18 2822 69 55 92 63 54 1794 304 1349 47 27 60 10 10 492 222 15 94 21 17 14 16 49 28 38 8 60 319 37 12 5 155 45 79 24 42 45 4 54 33 312 23 2 28 31 305 196 64 48 189 46 26 55 40 57 30 40 4 13 159 406 189 16 15 29 210 79 24 381 26 0 10 17 27 183 186 118 31 21 3 148 68 8 33 217 61 126 121 12 42 13 10 4 61 106 90 25 35 153 964 395 1915 26415 5179
May 1 72 9 25 23 226 25 141 320 26 17 312 19 23 59 54 40 86 153 103 33 7 375 47 11 230 12 16 476 155 23 724 8 1672 141 187 162 25 209 17 167 16 61 86 2065 28 129 1531 325 213 5 36 23 21 5 30 177 145 308 19 2880 69 58 112 64 54 1843 325 1466 51 29 61 11 11 492 234 15 97 22 20 14 16 51 29 38 9 62 321 37 12 5 156 46 81 24 42 45 6 53 33 318 24 2 27 32 313 200 66 49 190 52 25 55 40 59 31 42 4 14 161 411 191 16 15 29 211 81 24 382 26 0 9 17 28 184 190 122 31 22 3 150 68 8 33 222 60 129 127 12 43 13 10 5 63 111 90 25 35 158 1080 652 1022 27437 5276
May 2 71 11 26 23 229 31 155 324 28 17 319 20 23 59 54 42 86 151 103 35 7 382 51 11 230 12 16 482 156 25 778 9 1749 144 188 163 25 213 18 167 16 66 90 2149 29 131 1534 335 214 5 36 29 21 5 31 181 145 331 20 2929 73 59 113 64 55 1936 344 1694 58 29 61 11 11 512 237 16 108 23 20 15 16 59 29 39 9 64 327 37 12 5 158 63 81 24 42 45 6 54 33 319 24 2 27 33 320 205 64 50 194 56 27 52 40 59 31 42 5 13 163 415 194 16 15 30 215 87 25 385 26 0 9 18 28 185 191 126 32 20 3 154 69 8 31 225 60 132 129 13 44 13 10 5 78 118 90 25 35 162 1062 652 896 28333 5369
May 3 71 11 26 23 229 31 155 324 28 17 319 20 23 59 54 42 86 151 103 35 7 382 51 11 230 12 16 482 156 25 778 9 1749 144 188 163 25 213 18 167 16 66 90 2149 29 131 1534 335 214 5 36 29 21 5 31 181 145 331 20 2929 73 59 113 64 55 1936 344 1694 58 29 61 11 11 512 237 16 108 23 20 15 16 59 29 39 9 64 327 37 12 5 158 63 81 24 42 45 6 54 33 319 24 2 27 33 320 205 64 50 194 56 27 52 40 59 31 42 5 13 163 415 194 16 15 30 215 87 25 385 26 0 9 18 28 185 191 126 32 20 3 154 69 8 31 225 60 132 129 13 44 13 10 5 78 118 90 25 35 162 1062 652 0 28333 5369
May 4 71 11 26 23 229 31 155 324 28 17 319 20 23 59 54 42 86 151 103 35 7 382 51 11 230 12 16 482 156 25 778 9 1749 144 188 163 25 213 18 167 16 66 90 2149 29 131 1534 335 214 5 36 29 21 5 31 181 145 331 20 2929 73 59 113 64 55 1936 344 1694 58 29 61 11 11 512 237 16 108 23 20 15 16 59 29 39 9 64 327 37 12 5 158 63 81 24 42 45 6 54 33 319 24 2 27 33 320 205 64 50 194 56 27 52 40 59 31 42 5 13 163 415 194 16 15 30 215 87 25 385 26 0 9 18 28 185 191 126 32 20 3 154 69 8 31 225 60 132 129 13 44 13 10 5 78 118 90 25 35 162 1062 652 0 28333 5369
May 5 79 18 30 29 265 33 188 359 36 19 368 22 23 64 57 42 89 166 109 34 7 389 52 13 283 12 15 554 174 27 876 16 2011 160 199 170 31 248 19 179 16 72 106 2391 31 134 1555 365 224 5 38 34 22 5 33 188 153 359 25 3250 83 68 120 77 55 2236 379 1933 112 31 60 15 14 551 281 20 117 26 22 17 17 64 31 38 10 70 338 39 12 5 172 74 81 27 37 50 5 59 30 338 33 2 30 37 350 235 67 51 214 61 31 58 41 63 33 51 6 13 167 430 224 15 16 32 223 91 27 387 24 1 9 18 28 193 222 139 37 20 5 168 73 8 33 245 61 143 146 13 46 13 10 5 83 137 90 26 40 178 1089 833 2976 31309 5790
May 6 79 18 30 29 265 33 188 359 36 19 368 22 23 64 57 42 89 166 109 34 7 389 52 13 283 12 15 554 174 27 876 16 2011 160 199 170 31 248 19 179 16 72 106 2391 31 134 1555 365 224 5 38 34 22 5 33 188 153 359 25 3250 83 68 120 77 55 2236 379 1933 112 31 60 15 14 551 281 20 117 26 22 17 17 64 31 38 10 70 338 39 12 5 172 74 81 27 37 50 5 59 30 338 33 2 30 37 350 235 67 51 214 61 31 58 41 63 33 51 6 13 167 430 224 15 16 32 223 91 27 387 24 1 9 18 28 193 222 139 37 20 5 168 73 8 33 245 61 143 146 13 46 13 10 5 83 137 90 26 40 178 1089 833 0 31309 5790
May 7 79 18 30 29 265 33 188 359 36 19 368 22 23 64 57 42 89 166 109 34 7 389 52 13 283 12 15 554 174 27 876 16 2011 160 199 170 31 248 19 179 16 72 106 2391 31 134 1555 365 224 5 38 34 22 5 33 188 153 359 25 3250 83 68 120 77 55 2236 379 1933 112 31 60 15 14 551 281 20 117 26 22 17 17 64 31 38 10 70 338 39 12 5 172 74 81 27 37 50 5 59 30 338 33 2 30 37 350 235 67 51 214 61 31 58 41 63 33 51 6 13 167 430 224 15 16 32 223 91 27 387 24 1 9 18 28 193 222 139 37 20 5 168 73 8 33 245 61 143 146 13 46 13 10 5 83 137 90 26 40 178 1089 833 0 31309 5790
May 8 79 18 30 29 265 33 188 359 36 19 368 22 23 64 57 42 89 166 109 34 7 389 52 13 283 12 15 554 174 27 876 16 2011 160 199 170 31 248 19 179 16 72 106 2391 31 134 1555 365 224 5 38 34 22 5 33 188 153 359 25 3250 83 68 120 77 55 2236 379 1933 112 31 60 15 14 551 281 20 117 26 22 17 17 64 31 38 10 70 338 39 12 5 172 74 81 27 37 50 5 59 30 338 33 2 30 37 350 235 67 51 214 61 31 58 41 63 33 51 6 13 167 430 224 15 16 32 223 91 27 387 24 1 9 18 28 193 222 139 37 20 5 168 73 8 33 245 61 143 146 13 46 13 10 5 83 137 90 26 40 178 1089 833 0 31309 5790
May 9 93 20 43 31 271 36 193 363 39 19 367 29 25 64 60 44 107 180 117 37 9 395 53 17 304 12 16 609 186 27 921 17 2175 175 207 183 32 276 18 185 17 81 109 2536 32 146 1593 414 226 6 38 42 24 5 34 199 157 388 26 3509 97 1 73 122 83 57 2447 386 2012 128 32 66 17 14 604 286 21 123 25 24 17 17 66 31 40 11 80 340 44 12 5 185 76 85 29 40 51 7 65 32 352 34 4 33 47 371 258 67 56 223 63 33 67 44 66 34 55 6 14 168 447 239 15 17 34 235 91 31 400 27 1 9 20 28 198 242 156 40 20 5 186 78 8 34 250 65 152 165 15 57 13 10 5 88 154 95 27 40 183 1566 1004 2524 33833 5976
May 10 93 20 43 31 271 36 193 363 39 19 367 29 25 64 60 44 107 180 117 37 9 395 53 17 304 12 16 609 186 27 921 17 2175 175 207 183 32 276 18 185 17 81 109 2536 32 146 1593 414 226 6 38 42 24 5 34 199 157 388 26 3509 97 1 73 122 83 57 2447 386 2012 128 32 66 17 14 604 286 21 123 25 24 17 17 66 31 40 11 80 340 44 12 5 185 76 85 29 40 51 7 65 32 352 34 4 33 47 371 258 67 56 223 63 33 67 44 66 34 55 6 14 168 447 239 15 17 34 235 91 31 400 27 1 9 20 28 198 242 156 40 20 5 186 78 8 34 250 65 152 165 15 57 13 10 5 88 154 95 27 40 183 1566 1004 0 33833 5976
May 11 93 20 43 31 271 36 193 363 39 19 367 29 25 64 60 44 107 180 117 37 9 395 53 17 304 12 16 609 186 27 921 17 2175 175 207 183 32 276 18 185 17 81 109 2536 32 146 1593 414 226 6 38 42 24 5 34 199 157 388 26 3509 97 1 73 122 83 57 2447 386 2012 128 32 66 17 14 604 286 21 123 25 24 17 17 66 31 40 11 80 340 44 12 5 185 76 85 29 40 51 7 65 32 352 34 4 33 47 371 258 67 56 223 63 33 67 44 66 34 55 6 14 168 447 239 15 17 34 235 91 31 400 27 1 9 20 28 198 242 156 40 20 5 186 78 8 34 250 65 152 165 15 57 13 10 5 88 154 95 27 40 183 1566 1004 0 33833 5976
May 12 93 20 43 31 271 36 193 363 39 19 367 29 25 64 60 44 107 180 117 37 9 395 53 17 304 12 16 609 186 27 921 17 2175 175 207 183 32 276 18 185 17 81 109 2536 32 146 1593 414 226 6 38 42 24 5 34 199 157 388 26 3509 97 1 73 122 83 57 2447 386 2012 128 32 66 17 14 604 286 21 123 25 24 17 17 66 31 40 11 80 340 44 12 5 185 76 85 29 40 51 7 65 32 352 34 4 33 47 371 258 67 56 223 63 33 67 44 66 34 55 6 14 168 447 239 15 17 34 235 91 31 400 27 1 9 20 28 198 242 156 40 20 5 186 78 8 34 250 65 152 165 15 57 13 10 5 88 154 95 27 40 183 1566 1004 0 33833 5976
May 13 99 20 50 33 278 41 256 379 44 20 379 32 28 64 61 45 114 195 116 44 10 399 67 20 344 16 16 667 191 27 973 36 2334 188 229 197 33 280 19 189 17 83 115 2644 36 152 1644 425 239 11 38 47 25 4 36 201 165 395 29 3621 106 1 74 123 88 57 2532 400 2119 141 34 74 19 17 618 293 22 126 26 24 20 16 70 31 41 11 86 342 45 12 5 197 82 89 29 38 53 9 72 35 384 44 5 33 55 405 262 66 56 235 69 37 69 44 69 34 59 7 14 169 476 248 15 18 38 237 94 36 411 27 1 11 22 29 199 269 170 41 21 7 192 81 9 36 255 72 160 166 16 62 14 11 7 88 175 98 28 40 194 1572 1459 2025 35858 6318
May 14 99 20 50 33 278 41 256 379 44 20 379 32 28 64 61 45 114 195 116 44 10 399 67 20 344 16 16 667 191 27 973 36 2334 188 229 197 33 280 19 189 17 83 115 2644 36 152 1644 425 239 11 38 47 25 4 36 201 165 395 29 3621 106 1 74 123 88 57 2532 400 2119 141 34 74 19 17 618 293 22 126 26 24 20 16 70 31 41 11 86 342 45 12 5 197 82 89 29 38 53 9 72 35 384 44 5 33 55 405 262 66 56 235 69 37 69 44 69 34 59 7 14 169 476 248 15 18 38 237 94 36 411 27 1 11 22 29 199 269 170 41 21 7 192 81 9 36 255 72 160 166 16 62 14 11 7 88 175 98 28 40 194 1572 1459 0 35858 6318
May 15 108 20 51 33 280 41 255 382 44 20 384 32 28 64 61 45 112 196 117 46 10 400 70 20 344 17 16 676 192 28 983 36 2363 191 241 197 32 280 19 193 17 84 115 2664 38 152 1643 429 238 12 38 46 25 4 36 204 169 395 30 3625 105 1 74 124 88 57 2552 400 2125 142 34 74 19 17 621 306 22 126 26 24 22 16 70 30 41 11 86 343 45 12 5 201 82 89 29 38 53 9 72 36 387 45 5 33 55 411 263 80 55 236 69 35 69 44 71 38 60 7 14 169 480 249 15 18 38 239 94 37 412 27 1 11 22 29 199 276 170 43 21 7 192 81 9 36 255 74 158 169 16 63 14 11 9 88 175 98 28 40 191 1555 1363 119 35977 6348
May 16 108 20 51 33 280 41 255 382 44 20 384 32 28 64 61 45 112 196 117 46 10 400 70 20 344 17 16 676 192 28 983 36 2363 191 241 197 32 280 19 193 17 84 115 2664 38 152 1643 429 238 12 38 46 25 4 36 204 169 395 30 3625 105 1 74 124 88 57 2552 400 2125 142 34 74 19 17 621 306 22 126 26 24 22 16 70 30 41 11 86 343 45 12 5 201 82 89 29 38 53 9 72 36 387 45 5 33 55 411 263 80 55 236 69 35 69 44 71 38 60 7 14 169 480 249 15 18 38 239 94 37 412 27 1 11 22 29 199 276 170 43 21 7 192 81 9 36 255 74 158 169 16 63 14 11 9 88 175 98 28 40 191 1555 1363 0 35977 6348
May 17 111 22 61 33 290 43 263 396 47 22 397 33 39 64 65 45 116 199 122 50 10 408 71 26 363 19 15 723 200 30 1009 42 2429 200 253 212 31 285 19 197 20 84 128 2856 44 162 1664 439 231 16 45 48 26 5 38 210 187 405 33 3751 111 1 77 128 92 60 2680 455 2164 161 34 74 22 17 627 318 22 132 26 25 23 16 74 30 41 11 95 341 47 13 6 208 83 93 29 46 55 10 70 36 389 95 8 34 61 440 264 80 55 241 69 38 75 44 80 36 79 8 15 169 491 250 16 20 40 242 113 39 419 30 1 12 22 30 199 288 185 46 21 8 201 84 9 37 261 74 164 174 16 67 14 11 7 87 188 95 30 45 197 1649 2216 2306 38283 6964
May 18 111 22 61 33 290 43 263 396 47 22 397 33 39 64 65 45 116 199 122 50 10 408 71 26 363 19 15 723 200 30 1009 42 2429 200 253 212 31 285 19 197 20 84 128 2856 44 162 1664 439 231 16 45 48 26 5 38 210 187 405 33 3751 111 1 77 128 92 60 2680 455 2164 161 34 74 22 17 627 318 22 132 26 25 23 16 74 30 41 11 95 341 47 13 6 208 83 93 29 46 55 10 70 36 389 95 8 34 61 440 264 80 55 241 69 38 75 44 80 36 79 8 15 169 491 250 16 20 40 242 113 39 419 30 1 12 22 30 199 288 185 46 21 8 201 84 9 37 261 74 164 174 16 67 14 11 7 87 188 95 30 45 197 1649 2216 0 38283 6964
May 19 113 22 69 32 291 44 265 405 48 22 408 34 43 66 65 45 116 199 122 51 10 417 72 28 370 19 17 739 200 30 1010 42 2467 202 255 212 31 286 19 200 20 84 129 2880 44 162 1667 439 231 19 46 69 26 5 38 211 187 405 33 3763 112 1 78 129 92 60 2758 457 2187 170 35 75 24 18 629 323 22 134 26 25 23 16 82 31 42 11 98 343 47 13 6 207 83 93 30 47 55 11 70 36 391 100 8 34 62 444 265 81 56 242 69 38 77 44 80 36 79 8 16 169 494 251 17 20 40 243 113 40 420 30 1 12 22 31 199 288 185 46 21 8 208 84 10 37 263 74 166 176 16 67 14 11 7 87 193 97 30 46 197 1665 2250 438 38721 6998
May 20 115 24 68 32 296 46 272 419 48 25 408 33 46 66 67 46 122 205 122 52 12 425 77 28 388 19 19 758 200 30 1034 46 2584 210 262 214 35 286 24 203 20 95 140 2979 47 163 1672 452 236 53 48 69 26 5 39 215 208 434 35 3793 117 1 81 134 93 60 2820 470 2230 169 35 75 26 23 615 324 22 137 26 26 26 16 78 32 44 12 94 345 47 15 6 226 88 95 32 47 57 11 73 36 396 108 8 34 66 456 275 82 56 261 69 39 84 45 86 35 83 8 15 170 501 251 16 20 41 251 117 40 425 31 1 13 22 29 203 302 194 47 21 8 215 85 10 38 267 81 172 191 16 71 15 11 10 91 206 98 30 49 206 1639 2432 1080 39801 7141
May 21 116 26 70 33 298 46 272 419 48 29 413 33 46 66 67 47 120 205 123 52 12 432 77 28 401 20 19 767 205 31 1038 46 2601 216 266 219 38 291 23 204 20 99 141 3008 47 163 1719 455 236 54 49 69 26 5 39 215 213 440 35 3810 123 1 82 134 93 60 2869 472 2232 167 35 78 26 23 621 327 23 137 26 27 26 16 78 32 46 12 95 344 54 15 8 228 88 94 32 48 57 11 75 37 400 109 8 34 69 465 277 82 56 263 69 39 84 45 86 38 86 8 15 171 503 253 17 20 41 251 120 40 427 32 1 13 22 29 205 302 199 47 21 8 218 90 10 39 269 81 187 191 17 71 15 11 9 91 218 98 30 57 206 1686 2598 604 40405 7205
May 22 116 26 70 33 298 46 272 419 48 29 413 33 46 66 67 47 120 205 123 52 12 432 77 28 401 20 19 767 205 31 1038 46 2601 216 266 219 38 291 23 204 20 99 141 3008 47 163 1719 455 236 54 49 69 26 5 39 215 213 440 35 3810 123 1 82 134 93 60 2869 472 2232 167 35 78 26 23 621 327 23 137 26 27 26 16 78 32 46 12 95 344 54 15 8 228 88 94 32 48 57 11 75 37 400 109 8 34 69 465 277 82 56 263 69 39 84 45 86 38 86 8 15 171 503 253 17 20 41 251 120 40 427 32 1 13 22 29 205 302 199 47 21 8 218 90 10 39 269 81 187 191 17 71 15 11 9 91 218 98 30 57 206 1686 2598 0 40405 7205
May 23 132 29 75 33 331 73 283 443 58 34 433 39 51 66 70 52 121 209 126 56 13 445 101 29 445 24 24 810 224 35 1119 49 2702 248 296 223 46 331 26 221 27 101 146 3257 48 168 1727 490 234 61 63 71 26 5 40 220 227 449 36 4054 135 1 85 138 93 64 3056 500 2322 191 36 83 26 26 632 343 23 147 31 33 26 18 76 34 51 12 101 343 65 15 12 245 88 95 38 49 62 12 78 38 399 117 9 36 78 550 304 103 58 277 70 43 89 49 95 39 87 11 15 170 527 265 16 27 42 253 122 42 445 35 1 15 21 32 211 311 219 50 22 8 250 100 13 39 273 94 189 209 17 74 16 11 9 94 279 98 32 65 209 1913 2657 2497 42902 7417
May 24 132 29 75 33 331 73 283 443 58 34 433 39 51 66 70 52 121 209 126 56 13 445 101 29 445 24 24 810 224 35 1119 49 2702 248 296 223 46 331 26 221 27 101 146 3257 48 168 1727 490 234 61 63 71 26 5 40 220 227 449 36 4054 135 1 85 138 93 64 3056 500 2322 191 36 83 26 26 632 343 23 147 31 33 26 18 76 34 51 12 101 343 65 15 12 245 88 95 38 49 62 12 78 38 399 117 9 36 78 550 304 103 58 277 70 43 89 49 95 39 87 11 15 170 527 265 16 27 42 253 122 42 445 35 1 15 21 32 211 311 219 50 22 8 250 100 13 39 273 94 189 209 17 74 16 11 9 94 279 98 32 65 209 1913 2657 0 42902 7417
May 25 132 29 75 33 331 73 283 443 58 34 433 39 51 66 70 52 121 209 126 56 13 445 101 29 445 24 24 810 224 35 1119 49 2702 248 296 223 46 331 26 221 27 101 146 3257 48 168 1727 490 234 61 63 71 26 5 40 220 227 449 36 4054 135 1 85 138 93 64 3056 500 2322 191 36 83 26 26 632 343 23 147 31 33 26 18 76 34 51 12 101 343 65 15 12 245 88 95 38 49 62 12 78 38 399 117 9 36 78 550 304 103 58 277 70 43 89 49 95 39 87 11 15 170 527 265 16 27 42 253 122 42 445 35 1 15 21 32 211 311 219 50 22 8 250 100 13 39 273 94 189 209 17 74 16 11 9 94 279 98 32 65 209 1913 2657 0 42902 7417
May 26 138 35 80 36 335 80 307 452 65 38 436 40 50 68 72 53 123 214 129 55 13 490 111 30 472 30 24 850 249 35 1173 57 2854 254 379 229 45 383 29 223 27 104 156 3421 50 174 1774 517 236 96 75 73 26 5 40 232 243 492 39 4230 139 1 93 137 94 65 3307 506 2378 192 40 84 26 28 655 356 24 153 32 34 30 18 82 34 57 16 105 362 68 16 12 259 91 98 41 49 65 12 78 39 399 119 9 37 81 568 335 108 58 294 70 43 91 52 101 39 88 12 16 175 553 268 17 32 43 262 129 46 454 37 1 19 21 34 213 323 234 53 22 8 268 106 14 41 279 102 217 221 18 73 17 11 9 95 303 105 33 65 213 1917 1790 1081 43983 7602
May 27 138 35 80 36 335 80 307 452 65 38 436 40 50 68 72 53 123 214 129 55 13 490 111 30 472 30 24 850 249 35 1173 57 2854 254 379 229 45 383 29 223 27 104 156 3421 50 174 1774 517 236 96 75 73 26 5 40 232 243 492 39 4230 139 1 93 137 94 65 3307 506 2378 192 40 84 26 28 655 356 24 153 32 34 30 18 82 34 57 16 105 362 68 16 12 259 91 98 41 49 65 12 78 39 399 119 9 37 81 568 335 108 58 294 70 43 91 52 101 39 88 12 16 175 553 268 17 32 43 262 129 46 454 37 1 19 21 34 213 323 234 53 22 8 268 106 14 41 279 102 217 221 18 73 17 11 9 95 303 105 33 65 213 1917 1790 0 43983 7602
May 28 148 41 91 34 342 92 321 469 71 42 444 45 51 69 74 60 121 223 130 62 13 516 119 33 477 33 24 869 270 37 1204 58 2948 261 461 243 48 403 28 228 28 108 181 3635 51 177 1764 528 238 104 75 73 27 5 41 231 258 507 45 4367 148 1 112 148 93 67 3619 514 2450 194 42 89 28 32 672 363 25 175 32 38 33 19 82 35 66 20 104 361 72 16 15 283 95 99 49 53 67 16 82 41 409 119 9 37 85 593 344 111 58 309 70 45 97 54 113 40 88 12 19 177 576 278 16 50 44 267 136 51 466 38 1 20 22 36 213 324 247 55 23 8 283 114 15 43 280 112 246 225 18 74 18 11 13 99 322 106 33 68 208 1903 1319 1283 45266 7788
May 29 148 41 91 34 342 92 321 469 71 42 444 45 51 69 74 60 121 223 130 62 13 516 119 33 477 33 24 869 270 37 1204 58 2948 261 461 243 48 403 28 228 28 108 181 3635 51 177 1764 528 238 104 75 73 27 5 41 231 258 507 45 4367 148 1 112 148 93 67 3619 514 2450 194 42 89 28 32 672 363 25 175 32 38 33 19 82 35 66 20 104 361 72 16 15 283 95 99 49 53 67 16 82 41 409 119 9 37 85 593 344 111 58 309 70 45 97 54 113 40 88 12 19 177 576 278 16 50 44 267 136 51 466 38 1 20 22 36 213 324 247 55 23 8 283 114 15 43 280 112 246 225 18 74 18 11 13 99 322 106 33 68 208 1903 1319 0 45266 7788
May 30 148 41 91 34 342 92 321 469 71 42 444 45 51 69 74 60 121 223 130 62 13 516 119 33 477 33 24 869 270 37 1204 58 2948 261 461 243 48 403 28 228 28 108 181 3635 51 177 1764 528 238 104 75 73 27 5 41 231 258 507 45 4367 148 1 112 148 93 67 3619 514 2450 194 42 89 28 32 672 363 25 175 32 38 33 19 82 35 66 20 104 361 72 16 15 283 95 99 49 53 67 16 82 41 409 119 9 37 85 593 344 111 58 309 70 45 97 54 113 40 88 12 19 177 576 278 16 50 44 267 136 51 466 38 1 20 22 36 213 324 247 55 23 8 283 114 15 43 280 112 246 225 18 74 18 11 13 99 322 106 33 68 208 1903 1319 0 45266 7788
May 31 160 49 126 34 347 88 326 478 74 46 453 45 57 68 74 62 121 228 132 62 13 525 135 32 505 99 24 909 284 39 1230 59 3032 277 467 248 49 417 28 235 29 109 186 3746 51 179 1772 543 238 118 74 75 28 5 44 235 265 515 73 4533 154 1 119 163 110 68 3792 520 2476 195 43 98 32 34 693 366 28 184 36 37 43 19 82 37 68 21 106 361 82 16 16 305 99 101 54 57 67 16 85 41 409 121 9 37 92 625 352 116 61 328 72 48 100 54 119 42 90 12 20 179 595 285 17 54 46 276 147 52 476 39 1 27 22 37 213 325 256 56 24 10 316 118 17 46 281 142 265 228 18 74 19 13 13 101 378 114 33 69 211 2152 1764 2230 47496 7988
Jun 1 160 49 126 34 347 88 326 478 74 46 453 45 57 68 74 62 121 228 132 62 13 525 135 32 505 99 24 909 284 39 1230 59 3032 277 467 248 49 417 28 235 29 109 186 3746 51 179 1772 543 238 118 74 75 28 5 44 235 265 515 73 4533 154 1 119 163 110 68 3792 520 2476 195 43 98 32 34 693 366 28 184 36 37 43 19 82 37 68 21 106 361 82 16 16 305 99 101 54 57 67 16 85 41 409 121 9 37 92 625 352 116 61 328 72 48 100 54 119 42 90 12 20 179 595 285 17 54 46 276 147 52 476 39 1 27 22 37 213 325 256 56 24 10 316 118 17 46 281 142 265 228 18 74 19 13 13 101 378 114 33 69 211 2152 1764 0 47496 7988
Jun 2 161 51 131 34 350 93 328 485 77 49 472 48 58 70 75 67 122 234 134 64 14 524 142 33 518 154 25 911 295 39 1238 59 3056 277 484 251 47 422 28 237 37 109 204 3803 52 183 1784 549 244 121 75 75 27 5 47 237 274 532 104 4638 156 1 133 166 114 68 3891 530 2508 197 47 102 33 35 695 376 30 198 39 37 44 21 83 40 71 25 108 361 82 16 16 319 99 102 56 59 67 16 87 42 413 121 11 38 96 637 370 116 62 330 74 48 100 54 126 42 93 12 23 179 598 289 16 55 45 277 147 52 489 39 1 27 22 37 213 332 270 56 24 12 320 128 17 46 284 162 269 228 18 74 20 13 13 103 391 117 33 70 223 2144 1561 711 48207 8286
Jun 3 170 53 136 34 352 86 333 496 81 48 481 48 59 72 77 77 123 237 135 66 14 535 145 33 522 160 25 923 296 41 1260 59 3097 285 488 266 45 432 28 237 39 110 206 3874 52 185 1790 556 247 125 75 75 28 5 49 239 281 534 105 4688 157 1 135 170 117 71 4063 538 2539 197 49 111 34 35 716 381 31 199 40 38 46 21 82 44 73 24 108 361 83 16 16 326 101 104 59 59 69 16 95 42 415 124 13 38 99 673 376 119 63 334 76 50 105 56 131 43 95 14 25 179 606 297 16 55 45 280 147 53 490 40 1 29 23 37 215 346 271 58 26 13 345 134 18 48 290 171 273 234 18 74 22 13 13 105 408 117 34 69 226 2183 1338 687 48894 8371
Jun 4 172 54 137 35 380 87 333 504 84 51 494 48 61 76 78 77 123 240 136 68 13 568 146 32 525 166 25 934 299 42 1282 65 3165 289 523 266 47 440 28 238 40 110 205 3939 52 186 1794 571 247 130 77 76 28 6 50 241 292 535 123 4724 158 1 139 181 119 73 4267 545 2566 196 50 120 36 37 742 390 33 210 45 38 47 22 83 48 75 27 108 361 85 16 16 356 101 104 61 59 70 15 99 42 416 123 11 38 100 697 382 120 63 340 76 50 109 57 138 43 97 14 25 181 609 302 17 56 45 281 144 54 490 40 1 29 23 38 217 349 277 60 27 13 363 134 18 48 289 178 288 238 18 74 22 13 13 110 427 117 34 70 228 2319 1196 953 49847 8503

NOTE: Case counts shown above may be accounted for inaccurately due to illnesses yet to be reported or test results still pending. See https://ga-covid19.ondemand.sas.com/ for latest counts.

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