COVID-19 Cases In Alabama Jump To 386 With One Death 7 Cases In Lauderdale County

By  | March 25, 2020 | Filed under: News

Image result for covid-19 updates MONTGOMERY-The latest update on Wednesday, March 25 by the Alabama Department of Public Health confirms that the number of cases of COVID-19 in Alabama increased by 103 cases from the report given on Tuesday. The total number of cases reached 386 with one death reported by the Jackson County Commission Chairman Tim Guffey.

Lauderdale County has 7 Cases, Franklin 2, and Colber County  reports their first case.

Guffey reported in a statement released today saying one of the commission’s part-time employees has passed away.  Guffey said,“The employee worked in a department at the Jackson County Courthouse that did not require regular contact with the public. All county employees who worked in the same department have been notified and none of them have reported any symptoms associated with the COVID-19 virus.”  According to Guffey ADPH has confirmed the death of the employee as being caused by COVID-19

This would be Alabama’s first death and  has not yet been confirmed by the ADPH.

Autauga 4
Baldwin 4
Blount 1
Butler 1
Calhoun 2
Chambers 10
Cherokee 1
Chilton 1
Clay 1
Cleburne 1
Colbert 1
Cullman 4
Dallas 2
Elmore 9
Etowah 3
Franklin 2
Houston 2
Jackson 2
Jefferson 129
Lamar 1
Lauderdale 7
Lawrence 1
Lee 40
Limestone 6
Madison 35
Marion 3
Marshall 1
Mobile 10
Montgomery 13
Morgan 5
Pickens 1
Pike 1
Russell 1
Shelby 42
St. Clair 6
Talladega 3
Tallapoosa 4
Tuscaloosa 15
Walker 9
Washington 1
Wilcox 1
Total 386

 

Total Tested: 2,812*

 

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