More than 10,000 COVID-19 cases, 400 deaths reported in Alabama

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DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Alabama is now counting 10,009 COVID-19 cases and 401 deaths as of 3:47 p.m. Monday.

The state has tested 129,444, and 1,256 have been hospitalized since March 13. Sunday, 65 facilities across the state reported that 423 people were hospitalized at the time.

Local hospitals are also seeing more COVID-19 cases.

Medical Center Enterprise confirmed its 15th COVID-19 case, according to a release from the Coffee County Emergency Management Agency Monday morning. Two people are still waiting for their results.

Flowers Hospital confirmed 58 COVID-19 cases out of 633 tested individuals. They have no pending tests.

Medical Center Barbour has 22 COVID-19 cases and has 12 pending cases.

Southeast Health has 105 cases and 17 deaths. Sixty-one patients have been discharged while 18 are waiting for the results of their tests.

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