September 20, 2020

The Latest: Alabama coronavirus cases top 4,000; every county in state affected

Alabama Public Health officials announced the state’s latest numbers from the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.

Alabama has 4,113 positive cases and 121 reported deaths from the disease. The disease has now been recorded in every county in the state.

Across the state, 525 Alabama residents are hospitalized from COVID-19 related symptoms. Yesterday the state reported 213 patients were in ICU and 130 required mechanical ventilation.

Alabama reported 639 hospital or healthcare workers were among those testing positive for the virus.

County of Residence Cases Reported Deaths
Autauga 24 1
Baldwin 92 2
Barbour 13 0
Bibb 18 0
Blount 17 0
Bullock 8 0
Butler 10 0
Calhoun 62 0
Chambers 224 10
Cherokee 9 0
Chilton 35 0
Choctaw 12 0
Clarke 21 0
Clay 14 0
Cleburne 12 0
Coffee 40 0
Colbert 11 1
Conecuh 6 0
Coosa 19 1
Covington 18 0
Crenshaw 3 0
Cullman 40 1
Dale 12 0
Dallas 19 2
DeKalb 30 0
Elmore 47 0
Escambia 9 0
Etowah 79 8
Fayette 4 0
Franklin 14 1
Geneva 2 0
Greene 18 0
Hale 19 0
Henry 15 0
Houston 54 3
Jackson 31 2
Jefferson 627 17
Lamar 7 0
Lauderdale 22 4
Lawrence 8 0
Lee 275 12
Limestone 38 0
Lowndes 21 0
Macon 19 2
Madison 191 3
Marengo 23 1
Marion 58 4
Marshall 106 2
Mobile 548 18
Monroe 7 1
Montgomery 179 5
Morgan 42 0
Perry 7 0
Pickens 26 0
Pike 27 0
Randolph 45 4
Russell 31 0
St. Clair 47 0
Shelby 238 7
Sumter 28 0
Talladega 38 1
Tallapoosa 131 7
Tuscaloosa 128 0
Walker 84 0
Washington 12 1
Wilcox 35 0
Winston 4 0