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Coronavirus updates, June 9, 2022

Last updated:  25 days 11 minutes ago
3,9K

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8,9K

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1,3M

Confirmed cases

1,8M

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85,3M

Confirmed cases

90,3M

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534,2M

Confirmed cases

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563,1M

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Recovered

+2 595 yesterday
6,3M

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Alabama state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Jefferson County 189 782 2 377 28 822
Mobile County 114 372 1 659 27 694
Madison County 92 745 974 27 701
Shelby County 62 437 455 32 005
Tuscaloosa County 57 355 789 29 465
Baldwin County 57 079 683 31 316
Montgomery County 56 422 954 24 599
Lee County 38 480 342 27 437
Morgan County 36 562 519 30 598
Calhoun County 32 680 628 27 561
Etowah County 28 905 652 27 679
Marshall County 27 645 395 29 720
Houston County 26 226 508 25 826
St. Clair County 25 774 416 30 833
Limestone County 25 549 295 30 863
Cullman County 24 894 367 30 960
Lauderdale County 24 510 397 26 438
Elmore County 23 714 347 29 903
Talladega County 22 667 377 27 545
DeKalb County 18 917 331 26 603
Walker County 18 907 447 28 210
Colbert County 16 573 262 30 449
Autauga County 16 084 217 29 474
Jackson County 15 191 241 28 540
Blount County 15 133 245 26 400
Coffee County 13 867 232 27 763
Dale County 13 146 231 26 161
Tallapoosa County 11 554 234 27 763
Chilton County 11 199 208 25 660
Russell County 10 266 95 19 389
Escambia County 10 215 172 26 658
Franklin County 9 968 139 31 441
Covington County 9 434 233 24 981
Chambers County 8 583 162 25 085
Dallas County 8 538 244 19 484
Marion County 8 299 152 26 966
Lawrence County 7 742 160 22 546
Pike County 7 651 134 23 256
Winston County 7 635 132 31 184
Clarke County 7 184 101 27 809
Geneva County 6 560 164 24 487
Bibb County 6 544 105 28 558
Barbour County 5 744 99 20 920
Monroe County 5 331 80 23 110
Pickens County 5 313 103 26 907
Marengo County 5 250 108 24 968
Cherokee County 5 180 86 19 932
Butler County 5 134 129 24 509
Randolph County 5 099 75 22 254
Fayette County 5 016 96 29 093
Hale County 4 827 106 30 628
Henry County 4 654 76 26 899
Clay County 4 126 82 29 615
Macon County 3 961 85 18 464
Lamar County 3 779 65 25 948
Washington County 3 775 59 21 472
Cleburne County 3 579 69 23 905
Coosa County 3 002 58 26 016
Wilcox County 2 912 46 24 953
Conecuh County 2 909 70 21 991
Lowndes County 2 657 77 23 515
Sumter County 2 630 52 19 109
Bullock County 2 349 54 21 523
Perry County 2 119 47 20 008
Choctaw County 2 067 37 14 914
Greene County 1 902 50 21 028

The United States remains the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Luverne and today, the invisible enemy still spreads across Crenshaw County. Its population density is considered to be 23 people per mi2 (8 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average.

Jefferson County and Mobile County counties are still the most-infected counties in the state.

These numbers don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our key thing is to stay home and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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