Alabama Sees Over 1,600 New Virus Cases, 7 Additional Deaths
The state recorded more than 16,500 new confirmed cases of the virus over the last 14 days, according to data released Sunday from the Alabama Department of Public Health. That accounts for about 31% of the 52,900 total cases confirmed since the pandemic’s start. More than 1,090 people in Alabama who contracted the virus have died.
The state’s disease caseload has been increasing steadily in the weeks since Republican Gov. Kay Ivey allowed businesses to reopen to help stimulate the economy.
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