The state has also seen 2,745 deaths, 2,222 intensive care unit admissions and 10,457 total hospitalizations since the pandemic started.
The number of people currently hospitalized due to COVID-19 is also on the rise, increasing by 11 people from yesterday to today to total 1,135 people. This number has been increasing for the last couple of weeks, up from a low of 783 current hospitalizations June 7.
Testing is still increasing as well. Viral testing increased by nearly 15,000 tests from yesterday's report to today's report, rising from 743,234 to 757,924 administered tests, according to public health department data. A total of 64,822 of those tests have returned with a positive result.
Antibody testing increased by nearly 3,000 tests from yesterday's report to today's report, totaling 146,230 administered tests as of June 25. A total of 8,185 of those tests have returned with a positive test result, the data shows. Antibody testing shows past infection, while viral testing shows current and active infections of the virus; however, antibody testing is not included in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state.
Fulton County's total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is now 6,163, according to public health data. The county has seen 309 COVID-19-related deaths and 1,027 hospitalizations so far due to the virus out of 10,457 cumulative hospitalizations statewide.