by Robin Kemp

Photo Courtesy: Riley Bunch/CNHI News

Clayton County has had 6,879 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to the latest figures from the Clayton County Health District.

As of Sept, 14, 2020, here are the case counts by city:

154 Clayton County residents have died and 633 have been hospitalized since the pandemic began about six months ago. That’s 50.5 deaths per 100,000 people in Clayton County–the same rate as Fulton County, higher than Henry (38.8), Rockdale (33.7), Dekalb (42.7), Gwinnett (39.0), abd Douglas (45.4), but lower than Newton (67.6).

Here are those who have died, unnamed by the Georgia Department of Public Health, but not forgotten:

If you would like your loved one memorialized as part of the COVID-19 crisis, visit LovedOnesNotNumbers.com and add his or her photo and information. We also would be happy to share your loved one’s information with the Clayton County community.

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