Area hospitals see spike in COVID cases, have not reached ICU capacity

Posted earlier today in Area

COVID-19 cases in the four Golden Triangle counties continue to increase as the holiday season begins and local hospitals continue to manage several symptomatic patients per day.



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Alan Senter stands in front of a shelf at Senterís Hardware & Gifts, a downtown Macon store his family has owned for 107 years. For this yearís shopping season, Senter said he expects a fair-sized crowd. ď(People) have been working on home projects, and then you have the government stimulus (checks), which a lot of people spent,Ē he said.

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