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Georgia DPH Exceeds 100,000 COVID-19 Tests in 10 Days
Testing Now Available to all Georgians

Atlanta – The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) has reached it’s goal of
testing 100,000 individuals in 10 days. More than 108,000 tests were processed since
Commissioner Kathleen E. Toomey, M.D., M.P.H, set the DPH goal last week.
“This is an important benchmark for Georgia as we work to stop the spread of COVID19 in the state,” said Toomey. “Increased testing is critical to understanding where there
are hotspots of infection and how best to mitigate them.”
Effective immediately, testing is available to all Georgians who request it, whether
they have symptoms or not. There are more than 65 specimen point of collection sites
(SPOC) throughout the state, with an additional 30 mobile SPOCs - locations and
hours vary daily.
Individuals wanting to be tested can contact any Georgia public health department to
schedule an appointment at a SPOC location convenient to them. Contact information
for local health departments can be found on the DPH homepage at
https://dph.georgia.gov/ .
For more information about COVID-19 visit https://dph.georgia.gov/novelcoronavirus o


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