Starting Monday, some Atlanta Public School students can head back to the classroom.
Publix will start taking appointments on Tuesday morning for its second round of allotted Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. The supermarket chain has also both increased and changed location since the first round was distributed.
The nearly six-figure wedding came at no cost to the couple as a gift from two dozen metro Atlanta wedding vendors who were looking to give back to a deserving pair on the front lines of the pandemic.
Captain Michael "Mike" Garrigan had been with the Gordon County Sheriff's Office for over 30 years.
Georgia health officials say a fifth person has tested positive for a variant strain the coronavirus.
Some grim perspective as the average number of deaths per day in Georgia from COVID-19 for the last two weeks has exceeded 100 for the first time ever and the number of confirmed cases has now surpassed 700,000, according to state data.
In a briefing at the state Capitol late Thursday, Gov. Brian Kemp said while some metrics have improved, Georgians should continue to take precautions to avoid contracting or spreading coronavirus.
The annual Peachtree Road Race will be back as an in-person event after going virtual last year.
Georgia has now given out nearly a half-million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Some of those able to make an appointment for their first doses face a tough question: where will they find their follow up vaccine?
Dr. Anil Yadav has spent 16 years practicing family medicine in Cherokee and Pickens County. He’s popular among his patients. When one of them turned 100, his staff brought a birthday cake to her home.
After a slow start to its coronavirus vaccine rollout, Georgia is reporting progress in getting people injected though it is still behind the best-performing states in the country.
With Kroger, Publix, Ingles Market and independent Georgia pharmacies now offering the COVID-19 vaccine, finding an appointment for a shot is getting easier. Still, the demand for the new vaccine far outweighs the supply.
Another Georgia state senator says she has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
As more people become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, there's a need for more help to administer it. Georgia's Department of Public Health told FOX 5, it's beginning to get more requests from medical and non-medical professionals who are willing to help.
For the third time this month, coronavirus deaths in Georgia have set a single-day record in their reporting.
Residents and staff were vaccinated in partnership with Walgreens.
After Georgia hit another record-setting day for COVID-19 deaths, problems continue to plague the state's rollout of the vaccine.
With nearly 5,600 Georgians hospitalized with complications of COVID-19 and 91% of ICU beds occupied, smaller rural hospitals say there is nowhere to transfer their critically-ill patients. The CEO of Miller County Hospital on the state's border with Alabama says she is "demoralized and angry."
DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond is urging Georgians to be patient and vigilant in their efforts to get immunized.
Georgia has had another record-setting day for reported deaths from COVID-19. For the fourth day in a row, the reported number of deaths has increased daily by triple digits, state health officials report.