COVID-19 in Alabama: state sees 519 new cases over last 24 hours

COVID-19 in Alabama: state sees 519 new cases over last 24 hours
Alabama Coronavirus Update (Source: WTVM)

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) - The Alabama Department of Public Health reports there have been 19,073 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Alabama since March.

In the 24-hour period from 10 a.m. June 4 until 10 a.m. June 5, Alabama saw 519 new positive COVID-19 cases.

There have been 672 confirmed deaths statewide.

There have been a total of 234,993 tests.

In the last 14 days, 72,565 tests have been reported to the state with. 5,369 people testing positive.

The state reports 1,949 people have been hospitalized since March 13.

There have been 11,395 presumed recoveries. ADPH says this number is updated weekly.

Those numbers are as of 10 a.m. Friday. These statistics are updated by ADPH regularly. You can track those plus find numbers for your specific county in this dashboard provided and updated by the Alabama Department of Public Health.

NORTH ALABAMA CASES - DAILY COMPARISON

SOURCE: ALABAMA DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH / UPDATED JUNE 5

COUNTY JUNE 5 CASES (10 a.m.) JUNE 4 CASES (10 a.m.) NEW CASES
Colbert 197 187 +10
Cullman 163 150 +13
DeKalb 260 257 +3
Franklin 593 578 +15
Jackson 86 83 +3
Lauderdale 175 169 +6
Lawrence 51 51 0
Limestone 110 108 +2
Madison 359 346 +13
Marshall 714 705 +9
Morgan 314 298 +16

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