Latest Numbers: Interactive map shows the latest COVID-19 cases in Alabama

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama Department of Public Health has released this interactive map with the latest confirmed case numbers in counties across the state. We have learned from ADPH that this map will update in real time, where the chart located on the organization’s website may lag.

For that reason, we have chosen to embed the interactive map as a way for you to see the most up-to-date numbers.

The Alabama Department of Public Health reported the first death in the state from COVIID-19 on March 25.

It’s important to note that the numbers on the ADPH interactive map are cumulative. They will never decrease.

ADPH has a number of statistics to choose from including a chart showing the number of new cases diagnosed each day. You can see the different views by clicking on the tabs under the Alabama map.

Johns Hopkins University has also shared an interactive map with us. Below you will find an interactive map of the cases in Alabama as well as the confirmed cases in the United States.

The Alabama Department of Public Health released a new dashboard on June 30 in which it indicates the risk level of COVID-19 in any given county of the state.

Here’s some additional information on pre-existing conditions for COVID-19 patients from the CDC:

Resources from the ADPH

Resources and Updates from CDC

For the latest on COVID-19, visit the CDC Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) website.

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