Georgia Governor confirms two cases of coronavirus

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ATLANTA, GA (WBRL) – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp opened a press conference with the news that two residents of Georgia have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

Kemp said both people infected live in the same household. One had recently returned from Italy.

Kemp also said the two patients are isolated at home in Fulton County. These are the first reported cases of Coronavirus in Georgia.

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