LRT 2.4: What will the average number of new daily confirmed cases be, over the period from 10th, till May 16th, in the state of Georgia?

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Over the last week, stay-at-home restrictions in Georgia have been lifted and some businesses have reopened. Since April 11, Georgia has reported a rolling 7-day average of just under 700 new confirmed cases per day (see figure).

With the knowledge that restrictions may be tightened again or further loosened over the next few weeks:

What will the average number of new daily confirmed Covid-19 cases be, over the period from (and including) May 10th, till (and including) May 16th, in the state of Georgia?

The 10th, 50th and 90th percentile will be reported with the expert forecasts.

This question resolves as the average number of new daily cases from May 10th to May 16th (inclusive) as per the COVIDtracker Georgia historical data, reported on May 17th 4pm ET using the "Positive" column for each day. i.e.,

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