Alabama has 1,000 coronavirus cases; county-by-county numbers

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The number of coronavirus cases in Alabama has now reached 1,000.

The Alabama Department of Public Health’s tracker shows the greatest number of cases are in Jefferson (282); Madison (100); Shelby (86); Lee (75); Mobile (53); Chambers (36); Mobile (53); Walker (32); Montgomery (31); Tuscaloosa (30); Limestone (22); and Morgan (20).

There have been 24 reported deaths related to COVID-19 with 17 deaths confirmed by ADPH. To be confirmed as a coronavirus death, the deceased person’s medical records have to be reviewed by a physician and Infectious Disease and Outbreak staff.

Deaths have been reported in Chambers (4); Cullman (1); Jackson (1); Jefferson (3); Lauderdale (1); Lee (2); Madison (1); Marion (2); Mobile (3); Montgomery (1); Shelby (3); Tallapoosa (1); and Washington (1) counties.

Of those, confirmed deaths were reported in: Chambers (4); Jackson (1); Jefferson (1); Lauderdale (1); Lee (2); Madison (1); Mobile (2); Montgomery (1); Shelby (2); and Tallapoosa (1).

You can see latest Alabama tracking here.

Here are the April 1 9:30 a.m. coronavirus numbers by county. Numbers in parenthesis show increase from previous day’s report:

Autauga – 7

Baldwin – 19

Barbour – 0

Bibb – 3

Blount – 5

Bullock – 3

Butler – 1

Calhoun – 9

Chambers – 36

Cherokee – 2

Chilton – 11

Choctaw – 3

Clarke – 0

Clay – 2

Cleburne – 5

Coffee – 0

Colbert – 4

Conecuh – 0

Coosa – 4

Covington – 2

Crenshaw – 1

Cullman – 8

Dale – 0

Dallas – 2

DeKalb – 4

Elmore – 12

Escambia – 1

Etowah – 8 ( 1)

Fayette – 1

Franklin – 3

Geneva – 0

Greene – 3

Hale -1

Henry – 0

Houston – 8

Jackson – 8

Jefferson – 282( 18)

Lamar -1

Lauderdale – 12

Lawrence – 3

Lee – 75

Limestone – 22

Lowndes – 1

Macon – 1

Madison – 100 ( 1)

Marengo – 4

Marion – 9

Marshall – 6

Mobile – 53 ( 1)

Monroe – 1

Montgomery – 31 ( 2)

Morgan – 20

Perry – 0

Pickens – 4

Pike – 4

Randolph – 2

Russell – 1

St. Clair – 15

Shelby – 86

Sumter – 1

Talladega – 7 ( 1)

Tallapoosa – 13 ( 1)

Tuscaloosa – 30

Walker – 32

Washington – 3

Wilcox – 3

Winston – 2

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