283 COVID-19 cases confirmed; one case confirmed in Pike County

Coronavirus

UPDATE 10:30 AM 3/25/2020:

Alabama’s number of COVID-19 cases has now risen to 283 across 28 counties.

Pike County now has its first case. No information has been released on the patient.

A total of 2,321 people have been tested in the state. A map created by the Alabama Department of Health now shows test sites that are concentrated around Mobile Bay and central Alabama.

Dothan’s cases in Southeast Health is not included in the count for Houston County, just as with the first case. As of this report, the county still has one COVID-19 case in the department’s record, the Extendicare resident that was confirmed Monday.

The state still is counting cases according to their county of residence, not where the sample was collected. No deaths have been reported, though.

County of ResidenceCases
Autauga1
Baldwin4
Calhoun2
Chambers7
Cullman3
Elmore9
Franklin1
Houston1
Jackson2
Jefferson99
Lamar1
Lauderdale6
Lee29
Limestone6
Madison21
Marion1
Mobile10
Montgomery9
Morgan2
Pickens1
Pike1
Shelby36
St. Clair5
Talladega4
Tallapoosa3
Tuscaloosa10
Walker8
Washington1
Total283

UPDATE 4:45 PM 3/24/2020:

Alabama’s number of COVID-19 cases has now risen to 242 across 25 counties.

A total of 2,321 people have been tested in the state. A map created by the Alabama Department of Health now shows test sites that are concentrated around Mobile Bay and central Alabama.

Dothan’s most recent case in Southeast Health is not included in the count for Houston County, just as with the first case. As of this report, the county still has one COVID-19 case in the department’s record, the Extendicare resident that was confirmed Monday.

The state still is counting cases according to their county of residence, not where the sample was collected. No deaths have been reported, though.

County of ResidenceCases
Autauga1
Baldwin4
Calhoun2
Chambers5
Cullman3
Elmore8
Franklin1
Houston1
Jackson2
Jefferson91
Lamar1
Lauderdale3
Lee26
Limestone4
Madison21
Marion1
Mobile6
Montgomery9
Morgan2
Shelby27
St. Clair4
Talladega2
Tallapoosa2
Tuscaloosa10
Walker5
Washington1
Total242

UPDATE 10:30 AM 3/24/2020:

There are now 215 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 25 counties.

Houston County is now on the list with one case, confirmed to be a resident of Extendicare Health Center Monday afternoon. However, the confirmed case at Southeast Health is not included.

There have been 2,321 people tested. No one has died.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin3
Calhoun2
Chambers3
Cullman2
Elmore8
Franklin1
Houston1
Jackson1
Jefferson90
Lamar1
Lauderdale3
Lee21
Limestone2
Madison21
Marion1
Mobile3
Montgomery8
Morgan1
Shelby24
St. Clair4
Talladega1
Tallapoosa1
Tuscaloosa9
Walker3
Washington1
Total215

UPDATE 4:42 PM 3/23/2020:

There are now 196 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 24 counties.

Houston County is now on the list with one case, confirmed to be a resident of Extendicare Health Center Monday afternoon. However, the confirmed case at Southeast Health is not included.

There have been 1832 people tested. No one has died.

UPDATE 11:02 AM 3/23/2020

There are currently 167 cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 21 counties, although Wiregrass counties still are not included in this count.

The Alabama Department reports that 1,832 people have been tested so far.

This means that 9.11% percent of people tested for COVID-19 have gotten positive results in the state so far.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers2
Cullman2
Elmore6
Jackson1
Jefferson79
Lamar1
Lauderdale2
Lee17
Limestone1
Madison17
Marion1
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby17
St. Clair3
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa7
Walker1
Washington1
Total167

UPDATE 4:30 PM 3/22/2020

There are currently 157 cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 21 counties, although Wiregrass counties still are not included in this count.

The Alabama Department reports that 1,602 people have been tested so far.

This means that 9.8% percent of people tested for COVID-19 have gotten positive results in the state.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers2
Cullman2
Elmore6
Jackson1
Jefferson71
Lamar1
Lauderdale2
Lee16
Limestone1
Madison16
Marion1
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby17
St. Clair3
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa7
Walker1
Washington1
Total157

UPDATE 9:53 PM 3/22/2020

There are currently 138 cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 21 counties, although Wiregrass counties still are not included in this count.

The Alabama Department reports that 1,602 people have been tested so far.

This means that 8.16% percent of people tested for COVID-19 have gotten positive results in the state.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Cullman2
Elmore6
Jackson1
Jefferson61
Lamar1
Lauderdale2
Lee14
Limestone1
Madison12
Marion1
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby17
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa7
Walker1
Washington1
Total138

UPDATE 4:22 PM 3/21/2020

There are currently 131 cases of COVID-19 in Alabama across 21 counties, although Wiregrass counties still are not included in this count.

The Alabama Department has now released the number of those tested for the first time. Its geographic information system reports that 1,258 people have been tested so far.

This means that 10.4 percent of people tested for COVID-19 have gotten positive results in the state.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Cullman2
Elmore6
Jackson1
Jefferson61
Lamar1
Lauderdale2
Lee12
Limestone1
Madison9
Marion1
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby16
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa6
Walker1
Washington1
Total131

UPDATE 10:30 AM 3/21/2020:

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has now risen to 124.

No Wiregrass residents from Alabama have been affected yet, according to the count. However, Jefferson County now has 60 cases, nearly half of the number of cases in Alabama.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Cullman2
Elmore6
Jackson1
Jefferson60
Lamar1
Lauderdale1
Lee12
Limestone1
Madison6
Marion1
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby16
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa4
Walker1
Washington1
Total124

UPDATE 4:50 PM 3/20/2020:

Alabama has now reached over 100 cases of COVID-19 reported among its population.

The total is now 106 confirmed cases across 20 counties. Cullman, Jackson, Lamar, Lauderdale, and Washington counties have been added to the list with one case each.

Jefferson County is now reporting 50 cases. So far, none have been reported among the residents in Alabama’s Wiregrass counties, although a case is being treated in Southeast Health.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin2
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Cullman1
Elmore6
Lee11
Jackson1
Jefferson50
Lamar1
Lauderdale1
Limestone1
Madison7
Mobile2
Montgomery3
Shelby10
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa4
Walker1
Washington1
Total106

UPDATE 10:00 AM 3/20/2020

Alabama’s number of COVID-19 cases now reached 81 across 15 counties.

Jefferson County still has the highest number with 36 confirmed cases. Shelby and Lee counties are now tied for the second-most cases with a total of 10.

No Alabama Wiregrass residents have been confirmed to have COVID-19, although there was an out-of-state resident treated at Southeast Health (more information below).

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin1
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Elmore5
Lee10
Jefferson36
Limestone1
Madison5
Mobile1
Montgomery3
Shelby10
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa4
Walker1
Total81

An interactive map can be found on the Alabama Department of Public Health’s website.

UPDATE 4:30 PM 3/19/2020:

The Alabama Department of Public Health is now reporting 78 cases of COVID-19.

Jefferson County still leads with the highest count of 34 confirmed cases. It is followed by Lee County and Shelby County.

No deaths have been reported.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin1
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Elmore5
Lee10
Jefferson34
Limestone1
Madison5
Mobile1
Montgomery3
Shelby9
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa4
Walker1
Total78

ORIGINAL REPORT:

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WDHN) — There are now 68 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alabama.

Three new counties have been added to the list of those affected by the novel coronavirus: Chambers, Talladega, and Walker counties.

However, Houston County is not listed among these numbers of reported cases. This is because the Alabama Department of Public Health only puts the patients with their county of residence, not where they were tested and treated.

As CEO Rick Sutton said Thursday, the patient treated at Southeast Health is not a resident of Houston County.

County of ResidenceCases
Baldwin1
Calhoun1
Chambers1
Elmore5
Lee10
Jefferson31
Limestone1
Madison1
Montgomery2
Shelby8
St. Clair1
Talladega1
Tuscaloosa4
Walker1
Total68

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