1,122 new coronavirus cases in Alabama; 97,725 statewide, 1,707 deaths

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Alabama added 1,122 new coronavirus cases in Alabama, bringing the state’s total number of cases since March to 97,725.

The Alabama Department of Public Health’s Aug. 9 10 a.m. numbers show 1,707 deaths, up 13 from yesterday.

Alabama has tested 758,852 people for coronavirus, 162,282 in the last two weeks. Of those recent tests, 19,164 – or a little under 12% – were positive. ADPH said Alabama has had 37,923 COVID-19 recoveries.

Here are the latest county-by-county case numbers. The figure in parenthesis is the increase from the previous day:

Autauga – 1169 (+83)

Baldwin- 3,544 (+42)

Barbour – 575 (+2)

Bibb – 438 (+12)

Blount – 800 (+800)

Bullock – 464 (+1)

Butler – 764 (+6)

Calhoun – 1,784 (+23)

Chambers – 841 (+1)

Cherokee – 273 (+3)

Chilton – 792 (+4)

Choctaw – 283 (+2)

Clarke – 662

Clay – 258 (+6)

Cleburne – 127 (+1)

Coffee – 761 (+5)

Colbert – 1,181 (+10)

Conecuh – 393 (+5)

Coosa – 101

Covington – 735 (+1)

Crenshaw – 318 (+4)

Cullman – 1,225 (+5)

Dale – 834 (+7)

Dallas – 1,323 (+5)

DeKalb – 1,819 (+21)

Elmore – 1,723 (+8)

Escambia – 1,082 (+7)

Etowah – 2,121 (+17)

Fayette – 207 (+3)

Franklin – 1,274 (+4)

Geneva – 261 (+4)

Greene – 251 (+1)

Hale – 476 (+3)

Henry – 263 (+4)

Houston – 1,398 (+12)

Jackson – 989 (+21)

Jefferson = 13,109 (+140)

Lamar – 222 (+2)

Lauderdale – 1,167 (+10)

Lawrence =- 349 (+1)

Lee – 2,678 (+18)

Limestone – 1,333 (+15)

Lowndes – 572 (+15)

Macon – 335 (+1)

Madison – 5,378 (+64)

Marengo – 552

Marion – 574 (+4)

Marshall – 3,167 (+37)

Mobile – 9,947 (+111)

Monroe – 421 (+2)

Montgomery – 6,835 (+226)

Morgan – 2,393 (+24)

Perry – 442 (+2)

Pickens – 400 (+8)

Pike – 709 (+6)

Randolph – 401 (+5)

Russell – 1,368 (+10)

St. Clair – 1.338 (+10)

Shelby – 3,283 (+23)

Sumter – 360

Talladega – 1,026 (+17)

Tallapoosa – 855 (+1)

Tuscaloosa – 4,123 (+23)

Walker – 1,526 (+6)

Washington – 391 (+5)

Wilcox – 429 (+3)

Winston – 453 (+3)



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