NY demands reinforcements; Spain sees record coronavirus deaths as world’s hospitals struggle

In the United States, where the spread of the coronavirus has been accelerating, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo begged for health care reinforcements, saying up to 1 million more workers were needed.
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Age is not the only risk for severe coronavirus disease

Older people remain most at risk of dying as the new coronavirus continues its rampage around the globe, but they’re far from the only ones vulnerable.

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YMCA offering online workouts

Baker Co. School System sees success with feeding program

How to get rid of those pesky mosquitoes

  Moultrie city leaders pleased with community response to curfew

Moultrie city leaders said the community’s response to the curfew and other restrictions have been outstanding.
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  US cities brace for coronavirus spread; Spain’s hospitals at breaking point

The top infectious-disease expert in the United States warned that smaller U.S. cities are about to witness the rapid acceleration in coronavirus cases that New York is seeing.

  R. B. Wright Elementary spreads joy to their students

  Moultrie martial arts studio moves classes online

  Thomasville City Schools start handing out weekly meals

  Moultrie native’s life during Italy’s lockdown

Archbold reports first COVID-19 deaths

Tracking SWGA coronavirus cases

Americus senior living home resident tests positive for COVID-19

Blakely mayor announces COVID-19 diagnosis

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As virus makes goodbyes hard, fears of many more rise in US

The coronavirus outbreak could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, the U.S. government’s top infectious-disease expert warned on Sunday as smoldering hotspots in nursing homes and a growing list of stricken cities heightened the sense of dread across the country.

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COVID-19 costs Georgia Southwestern State’s softball team their 2020 season

GISA cancels all extracurricular activities until April 10

All extracurricular activities have been canceled until April 10, according to the GISA.

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  Crisp Co. ambulances cannot test for COVID-19

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  ‘They’re passing away without loved ones:’ Nurse helps dying patient speak to family one last time

Coroner: Albany baby death under investigation

'She was the kind to put feet to her faith’: Albany remembers the life Femi Anderson

Femi Anderson, owner of The Renaissance Art Cafe, died Saturday morning.
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Relief package billions can’t buy hospitals out of shortages amid coronavirus outbreak

For more than a week, governors have pushed back against administration assurances that supplies are available now, bitterly complaining to President Donald Trump that there's no coordination.

Phoebe reports 9 additional COVID-19 deaths in daily numbers Monday

Local farmers work to keep grocery stores stocked

LIST: SWGA cities, counties enact curfews for COVID-19

UPDATE: Patti LaBelle concert re-scheduled