“Georgia has reported consistent weekly declines in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations since hitting the top of a summer surge.

But physicians, public health and data experts who spoke with McClatchy expressed concern that state leaders and health officials have not implemented more stringent coronavirus restrictions and the necessary public health infrastructure that would prevent further spread.

They worry those gains could quickly vanish. Georgia, many experts said, is in a better place. But it’s still not a good place.”

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