Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH)

Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH)

Click HERE to be taken directly to the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) website.

Georgia Department of Public Health Daily Status Report  HERE

Administrative Order for Public Health Control Measures  HERE

COVID-19 Testing  HERE

COVID-19 Mega-Testing Site

The mega-testing site which has the capacity to test 5,000 people a day is located at 1800 Sullivan Road, College Park, Georgia, 30337. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. from Aug. 10 through Sep. 11. Testing is available to all Georgians regardless of symptoms, however appointments and online registrations are recommended. 

To register online and to make an appointment go to There is no charge for testing. 

COVID-19 Funeral and Mortuary Science Guidance 

UPDATED DPH COVID-19 Funeral and Mortuary Science Guidance 

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Contact your Department of Public Health Office to notify of PPE needs.

It is important to contact your county’s office directly to inquire about their capabilities to issue death certificate and local mandates or orders which may affect your business.

In addition, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, with the assistance of the Georgia Department of Public Health, continues to request PPE supplies through the Federal system.  To notify officials of your PPE needs: 

  • Contact your local health department.  Some areas may refer you to another contact and it is important to follow their instructions.    
  • Following this process is important as it ensures a central line of communication to accurately track the need counts for Georgia and ensures accurate requests to the Federal level. 
  • Remember, resources will be allocated to the 'hot spots' throughout the country and state.

Georgia Department of Public Health District Health Office Directory

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Request for Status of Morgue Bed Availability

Facilities with morgues have been asked by the Department of Public Health (PDH) to update their morgue bed availability status daily by visiting the Morgue Availability Reporting Tool- for emergency use HERE. This is the morgue bed availability reporting tool used to report daily availability, normal and surge capacities, location and points of contact which can be completed on a phone, laptop or desktop computer. The information collected may be used by emergency managers to help support each other during these turbulent times.

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