Over 200 Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus in Alabama
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Alabama continue to rise. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health’s website, Alabama now has over 200 confirmed cases with 215 cases.
Twenty-five of the 67 counties now have confirmed cases. Jefferson County has the most cases with 90 confirmed cases. The ages on confirmed coronavirus cases range from 2 to 97, and about 7% of the cases have required hospitalization. So far there hasn’t been any deaths in Alabama.
In our area, we now have eight confirmed cases in Montgomery County, as well as 8 cases in Elmore County.
Republican Gov. Kay Ivey has not issued a statewide stay-at-home order for all but essential activities, as a growing number of other governors have done for their states.