As the number of COVID-19 deaths in Georgia approaches 5,400, Jana Johnson Davis believes it’s important to focus on the names behind the coronavirus numbers. She and other members of the Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives started the "Loved Ones, Not Numbers" Campaign---an effort to recognize the Georgians who have died since the virus hit the U.S. six months ago.
During an event on Tuesday, registered nurses gathered at the Capitol to honor the lives of their colleagues by reading off 164 names.
A senior nurse who was in a coma for 40 days after being diagnosed with COVID-19 was met with applause from her colleagues after being discharged.
A 24-year-old woman who came to Atlanta to celebrate a friend's birthday is now in hospice care after a battle with COVID-19.
Healthcare workers on the frontlines in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic got a special salute falling from the skies Wednesday.
The Georgia Tech community is mourning the loss of a long-time police officer the 42-year-old passed away due to COVID-19 last week
A beloved officer on the Georgia Tech police force has lost his battle with COVID-19, officials said.
The Georgia Coalition 2 Save Lives says Governor Kemp will not meet with them about the impact COVID-19 has had on the African American community.
After Rene Johnson contracted COVID-19 and was admitted to his local hospital this month experiencing trouble breathing, his family made sure to be there for him even if the circumstances of the pandemic forced physical distance between them.
Archivists and historians at the University of Georgia libraries have asked Georgians to submit their coronavirus experiences.
An Atlanta-based nurse is continuing to help fight COVID-19 in New York.
The men and women of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels and the Air Force's Thunderbirds flew over Atlanta to salute the first responders, medical workers, and essential workers on the frontlines in the battle against the novel coronavirus.
A retired Atlanta Public Schools principal dies of COVID-19 at Emory Midtown Hospital, marking the 17th death at a South Fulton assisted living facility.
A 60-year-old grandmother who went to a rehab center after a fall at home has since succumbed to COVID-19.
More than four dozen employees of New York City schools have died of coronavirus-related causes.