231 Hospitalized in Alabama with COVID-19, Death Toll at 31

Illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. Source: CDC.

The Alabama Department of Public Health reported Sunday that 231 people were hospitalized statewide with COVID-19 diagnoses.

Deaths in the state from the disease COVID-19 stood at 31, and authorities are investigating 14 other deaths of people who had been diagnosed with the virus.

In total, the state has had 1,676 confirmed cases of the virus. Jefferson County accounted for 397 cases, with four deaths from the disease and five more involving people who were diagnosed with it.

Madison County was second for confirmed cases with 130 and one death. Madison County had 130 cases and one death, while Shelby County had 128 cases and five deaths.

Chambers, Mobile and Shelby counties lead the state in deaths, with five each.

Here is the full list of counties, reported deaths and confirmed deaths.

County                                      Cases                                      Deaths                                     Died from COVID-19