Henry County given highest COVID-19 risk level in southeast Alabama

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HENRY COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — Henry County has been listed as the only county with a very high COVID-19 risk level in Alabama’s Southeastern District.

As of last week, the county saw its seven-day average rise to 32.4 new cases per 100,000 people. Its percent of positive COVID-19 tests also more than doubled to 9.38 percent.

Several other counties have high risk designations. Their ranks can be seen below:

  • Houston County — High Risk
  • Geneva County — High Risk
  • Barbour County — High Risk
  • Coffee County — Moderate Risk
  • Covington County — Moderate Risk
  • Dale County — Moderate Risk
  • Pike County — High Risk
  • Henry County — High Risk
  • Butler County — Moderate Risk
  • Crenshaw County — Very High Risk

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