6-2-2020 noon adph stats

Source: Alabama Department of Public Health

The state added 334 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

As of 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, there are cumulatively 18,354 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state.

In the last 14 days, there have been 5,717 cases confirmed with 75,671 tests given.

In the last 24 hours, Elmore County has added 17 new cases to now be at 371 confirmed cases and an additional COVID-19 confirmed death that now sits at nine people.

Tallapoosa County added one new confirmed cases of COVID-19, now at 428. The county remains at 65 deaths due to COVID-19. Coosa County's confirmed case count remains at 40, still with one death.

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been 222,371 tests given throughout the state as of yesterday at 12:15 p.m., according to ADPH. The ADPH COVID-19 dashboard reports No Data for number of tests given statewide as of today at 12:15 p.m.

In Elmore County, there have been 3,336 tests counted by ADPH, 291 in Coosa County and 2,662 Tallapoosa County as of Monday.

Statewide, there have been 649 deaths due to COVID-19. ADPH reports only confirmed COVID-19 deaths. The criteria for death counts include people who died with a positive COVID-19 laboratory test as well as individuals whose death certificates list COVID-19 as the cause of death.

Thursday night the Alabama Department of Public Health added a presumed recoveries category, which will be updated weekly, to its statistic dashboard. There have been 9,355 presumed recoveries in the state according to this week's numbers.

"Cases are presumed recovered if it has been 14 days or more since the case tested positive if they were not hospitalized, or if it has been 32 days or more since the case tested positive if they were hospitalized or if hospitalization was unknown," ADPH wrote in a Facebook post. "All deaths excluded."

There have been 1,879 hospitalizations across the state since March 13, according to ADPH.

Since March 13, there have been 591 patients in intensive care units and 355 on a ventilator. In the medical field, 2,253 healthcare workers in hospitals and doctors' offices have tested positive. When it comes to long-term care facilities, 1,031 employees and 1,695 residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

All data can be viewed here.

Here is the latest information for each county according to what is being reported on ADPH's website as of 12:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Autauga

237 confirmed cases

0 tested

5 deaths

Baldwin

292 confirmed cases

0 tested

9 deaths

Barbour

173 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Bibb

76 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Blount

63 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Bullock

211 confirmed cases

0 tested

6 deaths

Butler

415 confirmed cases

0 tested

18 deaths

Calhoun

165 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

Chambers

358 confirmed cases

0 tested

26 deaths

Cherokee

38 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

Chilton

103 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Choctaw

153 confirmed cases

0 tested

10 deaths

Clarke

147 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Clay

28 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Cleburne

15 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Coffee

238 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Colbert

187 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Conecuh

41 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Coosa

40 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Covington

81 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Crenshaw

78 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

Cullman

148 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Dale

123 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Dallas

282 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

DeKalb

254 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

Elmore

371 confirmed cases

0 tested

9 deaths

Escambia

72 confirmed cases

0 tested

3 deaths

Etowah

261 confirmed cases

0 tested

12 deaths

Fayette

16 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Franklin

565 confirmed cases

0 tested

8 deaths

Geneva

43 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Greene

95 confirmed cases

0 tested

4 deaths

Hale

178 confirmed cases

0 tested

9 deaths

Henry

81 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Houston

222 confirmed cases

0 tested

5 deaths

Jackson

82 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Jefferson

1,870 confirmed cases

0 tested

103 deaths

Lamar

26 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Lauderdale

167 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Lawrence

50 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Lee

550 confirmed cases

0 tested

34 deaths

Limestone

108 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Lowndes

253 confirmed cases

0 tested

12 deaths

Macon

85 confirmed cases

0 tested

4 deaths

Madison

343 confirmed cases

0 tested

4 deaths

Marengo

172 confirmed cases

0 tested

6 deaths

Marion

123 confirmed cases

0 tested

11 deaths

Marshall

704 confirmed cases

0 tested

9 deaths

Mobile

2,271 confirmed cases

0 tested

118 deaths

Monroe

43 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Montgomery

1,777 confirmed cases

0 tested

43 deaths

Morgan

291 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Perry

42 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Pickens

121 confirmed cases

0 tested

5 deaths

Pike

207 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Randolph

127 confirmed cases

0 tested

7 deaths

Russell

175 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Shelby

522 confirmed cases

0 tested

20 deaths

St. Clair

129 confirmed cases

0 tested

1 deaths

Sumter

224 confirmed cases

0 tested

7 deaths

Talladega

117 confirmed cases

0 tested

5 deaths

Tallapoosa

428 confirmed cases

0 tested

65 deaths

Tuscaloosa

809 confirmed cases

0 tested

16 deaths

Unknown or Out of State

0 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths

Walker

373 confirmed cases

0 tested

2 deaths

Washington

72 confirmed cases

0 tested

6 deaths

Wilcox

152 confirmed cases

0 tested

7 deaths

Winston

91 confirmed cases

0 tested

0 deaths