Cases For COVID-19 In Alabama Rise To 157 Lauderdale County Reports 2 Cases

By  | March 23, 2020 | Filed under: News

MONTGOMERY-On Sunday, March 22 the Alabama Department of Public Health report that there are now 157 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alabama.

This number is up 26 from Saturday when the ADPH reported 131 cases. To date there are no new numbers for Monday and no deaths have been reported due to the pandemic.

These are the new numbers by county:

Baldwin – 2
Calhoun – 1
Chambers – 2
Cullman – 2
Elmore – 6
Jackson – 1
Jefferson – 71
Lamar – 1
Lauderdale – 2
Lee – 16
Limestone – 1
Madison – 16
Marion – 1
Mobile – 2
Montgomery – 3
Shelby – 17
St. Clair – 3
Talladega – 1
Tuscaloosa – 7
Walker – 1
Washington – 1
Total Confirmed Cases: 157  NO DEATHS

“The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) cannot disclose patient information due to HIPAA. COVID-19 is a four-hour notifiable disease, by law, in Alabama. Case counts on ADPH website are updated twice a day to reflect cases reported to us during that time frame.”

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