COVID-19 Cases in DeKalb County

DeKalb County, Georgia COVID-19 Cases

Updated: June 3, 2020

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COVID-19 Summary Report for DeKalb County
  • As of June 2, DeKalb County has reported 3,838 cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and 121 deaths.
  • Public Health District 3-5 (Decatur) accounts for 7.9% of the total cases in Georgia.
  • Among all DeKalb County positive cases, 17.7% were hospitalized and 3.2% have died.

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*Counts shown reflect the number of confirmed cases as of 6/2/20 using the date of first positive sample collection.  Where date of sample collection was not available or missing, the date of report creation in GA SENDSS was used instead. **Note: All data reported are preliminary and subject to change.  Delays in data reporting may cause changes in data counts, particularly within the last week (shaded area).

Table 1a. Comparison of cumulative COVID-19 case counts and Percent Change for Georgia and DeKalb County

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Table 1b. COVID-19 Cases by Public Health District

District

Count

%

ATLANTA (3-2)

4699

9.6%

ALBANY (8-2)

4651

9.5%

LAWRENCEVILLE (3-4)

4649

9.5%

GAINESVILLE (2-0)

4418

9.1%

DECATUR (3-5)

3838

7.9%

MARIETTA (3-1)

3628

7.4%

LA GRANGE (4-0)​

3309

6.8%

COLUMBUS (7-0)

2406

4.9%

MACON (5-2)

1973

4.0%

ROME (1-1)

1829

3.8%

DALTON (1-2)

1685

3.5%

ATHENS (10-0)

1536

3.2%

WAYCROSS (9-2)

1379

2.8%

AUGUSTA (6-0)

1288

2.6%

FOREST PARK (3-3)

1256

2.6%

VALDOSTA (8-1)

1153

2.4%

SAVANNAH (9-1)

989

2.0%

DUBLIN (5-1)

524

1.1%

UNKNOWN

3529

7.2%


Table 3. COVID-19 Case Counts and Percent Change by Zip Code

ZIP

Previous Count May 31

Current Count June 2

% of Total

% Change

30084

328

329

8.6%

0.3%

30083

287

294

7.7%

2.4%

30329

273

285

7.4%

4.4%

30341

211

226

5.9%

7.1%

30058

221

224

5.8%

1.4%

30340

193

206

5.4%

6.7%

30340

179

193

5.2%

7.8%

30034

194

202

5.3%

4.1%

30021

187

195

5.1%

4.3%

30032

179

189

4.9%

5.6%

30038

161

161

4.2%

0.0%

30319

131

134

3.5%

2.3%

30033

124

125

3.3%

0.8%

30087

118

122

3.2%

3.4%

30345

96

105

2.7%

9.4%

30030

99

103

2.7%

4.0%

30316

97

101

2.6%

4.1%

30088

94

95

2.5%

1.1%

30294

88

95

2.5%

8.0%

30035

94

94

2.4%

0.0%

30360

85

94

2.4%

10.6%

30338

86

90

2.3%

4.7%

30317

32

31

0.8%

-3.1%

30307

30

30

0.8%

0.0%

30002

22

24

0.6%

9.1%

30324

24

23

0.6%

-4.2%

30306

19

20

0.5%

5.3%

30288

16

16

0.4%

0.0%

30346

11

12

0.3%

9.1%

30342

7

8

0.2%

14.3%

30079

6

6

0.2%

0.0%

Unknown

117

117

3.0%

0.0%

*Data cleaning may lead to reassignment of cases from one territory to another based on corrected addresses which may appear as “decreases” when compared to previous counts. Zip codes with five (5) or fewer cases were omitted from the table.



Table 4. Demographic Data of COVID-19 Cases in DeKalb County

Demographic

Count

%

Gender

Female

2022

52.7%

Male

1765

46.0%%

Unknown

51

1.3%

Age Group

Under 15

58

1.5%

15-29

570

14.9%

30-44

1053

27.4%

45-59

1029

26.8%

60-74

713

18.6%

75-89

341

8.9%

90 and over

67

1.7%

Unknown

7

0.2%

Race

Black

1351

35.2%

White

592

15.4%

Other

267

7.0%

Asian

142

3.7%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

6

0.2%

American Indian/Alaska Native

2

0.1%

Unknown

1478

38.5%

*Other races include American Indian/Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Graph 2. Proportion of COVID-19 Cases by Race
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*Other races include American Indian/Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Table 5. Hospitalization and Death Information for COVID-19 Cases in DeKalb County

Count

%

Hospitalization

Needed Hospitalization

678

17.7%

Not Known to Have Been Hospitalized

3160

82.3%

Death

Died

121

3.2%


Graph 3-4. Distribution of Deaths due to COVID-19 by Age Group and Race in DeKalb County