COFFEE COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — Coffee County’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is now at 203.
This makes it the county with the second-highest cumulative total in the Southeastern District after Butler County, which has a total of 345 cases.
Coffee County is still reporting only one death. While the Alabama Department of Public Health has not released a current number of recoveries, Enterprise Mayor Bill Cooper said Friday that out of the 184 cases the county had that day, only around 40 of those were active.
As for the rest of the district, Henry County is now reporting a new death while case numbers continue to rise. Here is a breakdown of each county’s situation:
- Butler County — 345 cases; 12 deaths
- Coffee County — 203 cases; one death
- Houston County — 140 cases; four deaths
- Pike County — 138 cases; zero deaths
- Barbour County — 111 cases; one death
- Dale County — 84 cases; zero deaths
- Covington County — 65 cases; one death
- Crenshaw County — 58 cases; one death
- Henry County — 59 cases; two deaths
- Geneva County — 33 cases; zero deaths
In total, Alabama has confirmed 14,632 cases. Last Thursday, daily cases reached an all-time high at 406 cases.