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deeprig9
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Peachtree Immediate Care in Cobb has the 15 minute test. They are out there. You just have to call around.


S1C EM
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Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Peachtree Immediate Care in Cobb has the 15 minute test. They are out there. You just have to call around.


Those are about 50-50, assuming you actually want to know if you have it. There are many places that can turn a PCR test in 2-4 days. My wife seems to have it after having lunch with a colleague who tested positive the same day during a precautionary screening. She didn’t find out til that evening, but fortunately, since we found out the same day, we were able to quarantine her immediately and no one else has developed anything. We got hers done Tuesday (she developed symptoms Monday) at the DPH on Mitchell Bridge and had the results back Thursday.

My work is offering free testing. It’s the saliva version. I did it Thursday and had my results back late Friday night.


deeprig9
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Member since Sep 2012
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
I found a new badass data source today.

Trivia question-

As of 9/1, 14,949 patients are hospitalized in Georgia.

Guess what % are covid positive?

(if you already know the answer, don't post. I want to gauge what people think, not what they know)
This post was edited on 9/1 at 2:59 pm


GurleyGirl
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Georgia
Member since Nov 2015
10924 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
I don't know about Georgia but here's the CDC data for the U.S.:
Cumulative COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates since March 1, 2020, are updated weekly. The overall cumulative COVID-19 hospitalization rate is 156.8 per 100,000, with the highest rates in people aged 65 years and older (425.7 per 100,000) and 50-64 years (235.7 per 100,000).

So overall that works out to about 0.16% of hospitalizations have been due to Covid-19 in the U.S. since March 1st.


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deeprig9
Georgia Fan
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
Nobody wants to hazard a guess, the answer is 13%.



retooc
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Member since Sep 2012
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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the answer is 13%


That's lucky


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S1C EM
Georgia Fan
Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
9587 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Trivia question-

As of 9/1, 14,949 patients are hospitalized in Georgia.

Guess what % are covid positive?

(if you already know the answer, don't post. I want to gauge what people think, not what they know)


I just saw this, so excuse my tardiness. I assume it won't have changed much.

I'm going to guess 2.5%, but I wouldn't be shocked if lower. I dunno.....now that seems low to me....


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S1C EM
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Athens, GA
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
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Nobody wants to hazard a guess, the answer is 13%.


Oops. I didn't scroll down.

And that's a lot higher than I figured.


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Spaceman Spiff
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Savannah
Member since Sep 2012
11909 posts

re: Covid-19 in Georgia: The Second Wave
6%


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