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Sept. 7: 3639 cases, 103 deaths

Lamar County was up to 3639 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 103 deaths as of the September 7 case count update from DPH. Lamar has recorded 256 hospitalizations.

Lamar deaths include: (latest) white male (88), black male (82), other male (88), white female (75), white male (75), white female (69), white male (79), black female (77), white female (70), white female (75), white female (73), white male (45), white male (71), white female (80), white female (58), white male (67), black female (84), unknown male (59), black female (63), black male (60), white female (71), black male (72), white female (61), white male (83), other male (69), white female (56), white male (69), white male (69). black male (55), white male (63), other male (67), white female (70), other male (58), other male (64), white male (50), white male (68), white female (71), white female (75), white female (45), other male (67), black female (67), white male (39), other female (90+), white female (44), white male (38), white female (66), white female (75), other male (56), white male (62), white male (81), other male (42), white female (90+), black male (48), black male (53), white male (70) white female (57), black female (78), white male (63), black female (82), black female (68), black male (59), white male (82), white female (71), white male (70), white female (74), white male (78), black male (62); white female (73), white male (66); white male (81); black male (67); black male (64); white male (85); white male (81); white male (60); white female (80); black male (53) white male (81); white male (70); white male (86); black female (84); white female (68); black female (73); black male (90+); white male (69); white male (73); white male (55): white female (88); black female (66); white female (70); white female, (72); white male (80); black male (49); white female (81); white female (83); white male (87); white female (88); white male (86); white female (85); white female (74); black female (87); white male (85).

Statewide there have been 2,222,490 confirmed cases with 124,973 hospitalizations and 33,088 deaths.

Surrounding counties:

Pike: 2995 cases, 208 hospitalizations and 77 deaths.

Upson: 4811 cases, 398 hospitalizations and 182 deaths.

Monroe: 4392 cases, 307 hospitalizations and 141 deaths.

Butts: 5301 cases, 315 hospitalizations and 148 deaths.

Spalding: 11,631 cases, 890 hospitalizations and 374 deaths.

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