As of Saturday at noon, the number of cases had risen to 2,366, with the number of coronavirus-related deaths is now at 69. Officials say 617 patients are hospitalized due to the virus.
According to family members, one of Atlanta’s most revered civil rights icons and a lightning rod for community activism has died at the age of 98.
A Georgia woman has spoken out about the seriousness of the novel coronavirus after almost succumbing to the illness.
A second Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee has tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency confirmed Tuesday.
He was one of the first in Georgia to put a face on the COVID-19 pandemic. Now he says he feels "totally restored."
A Gwinnett County principal transformed into a superhero this week as his school made sure students who normally rely on free meals or reduced lunches don't go hungry amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday that she has signed an executive order limiting restaurants to take out service, closing bars, gyms, and other areas of gathering.
The Lieutenant Governor of Georgia and several members of the Georgia General Assembly are self-quarantining after a member of the Senate tested positive for the coronavirus.
Shaquille O'Neal surprised a Georgia first grade class' video chat. The students are participating in online learning due to the coronavirus.
Some Georgia college students are among hundreds of Americans stuck in Peru due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Duluth brewery has transformed into a makeshift soup kitchen, in an effort to help those hit hard financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department of Driver Services said they are suspending all road tests due to coronavirus concerns.
Georgia's first drive-thru COVID-19 testing site began, receiving participants at Jim Miller Park in Marietta on Wednesday afternoon.
UPDATE: The Old Fourth Distillery is still offering free hand sanitizer, but here is what has changed. Because of overwhelming demand, not only from consumers, but from federal and state agencies, the vodka maker is forced to limit the free supplies. It will still offer two free, 2-ounce bottles per customer. After that, you can buy a supply.
Empty shelves in stores are a common sight as people stock up on toilet paper over COVID-19 virus concerns.
With Gwinnett County Schools closed due to the coronavirus outbreak Ruth McMullin, like so many other parents across the country, finds herself in uncharted territory.
Nearly a dozen businesses and 35 volunteers worked together Tuesday to help feed families in need because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Management at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has reduced check-in stations. The changes stem from adjustments required because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
By phone, Karen and Harry Dever showed FOX 5 their room at Dobbins Air Reserve Base and joked about how they use their luggage and dresser drawers. It's a far cry from the balcony suite cabin they were confined to on the Grand Princess a week ago. Now they can get out and about as they wait out the rest of their two-week quarantine.
Matt Ryan is giving back to help Atlantans get through the coronavirus outbreak.