Alabama’s COVID-19 Toll: 1,315 Confirmed Cases, 21 Deaths

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

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alabama climbed today to 1,315, and the state Department of Public Health reported 21 deaths from the disease. The agency is investigating 13 other deaths of people who had been diagnosed with the virus.
Jefferson County leads the state with 325 confirmed cases, and officials are investigating five deaths in the county of patients who were previously diagnosed with the disease; none of those were confirmed to be the result of COVID-19.

Madison County has reported 117 confirmed cases and one death while Shelby County counted 103 cases and three deaths. Chambers and Mobile counties lead the state in deaths with four each..

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

County                                      Cases                                      Deaths                                     Died from COVID-19