Timeline: Evolving U.S. Policies

As infections surge again across the U.S., states are cracking down on mask-wearing and rolling back reopenings. SmartNews is tracking policy changes here.

UPDATES
9 hours ago
NY, NJ quarantine advisory expands to 19 states, including Delaware, Oklahoma and Kansas
7/2/2020
Alabama governor Ivey extends the state public health emergency to September 9
Alabama
Confirmed Cases Deaths†
44,878
+925 Yesterday
1,007
0 Yesterday

Last Updated: 7/7/2020, 23:53 PDT

7/7/2020 - Today’s Coronavirus Report
  • There are a total of 44,878 cases, with 925 new cases reported yesterday.
  • 1,007 people have died, with 0 deaths reported yesterday.
>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0
More than 50% increase in the 7-day average of new cases compared to the previous week
10-50% increase in the 7-day average of new cases compared to the previous week
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
Jefferson 5,486 189 155
Montgomery 4,246 31 105
Mobile 4,219 49 136
Tuscaloosa 2,346 33 44
Marshall 1,770 13 11
Madison 1,554 61 8
Lee 1,433 27 37
Shelby 1,357 50 24
Morgan 1,128 19 5
Walker 985 39 25
Baldwin 980 30 9
Elmore 962 18 15
Dallas 910 11 9
Franklin 902 3 16
Etowah 790 11 13
DeKalb 761 18 5
Chambers 643 13 27
Autauga 636 3 12
Butler 632 1 28
Tallapoosa 604 14 69
Russell 568 13 0
Limestone 518 6 1
Houston 510 11 6
Lauderdale 501 6 6
Lowndes 478 0 21
Cullman 470 7 5
Pike 452 8 5
Colbert 426 13 6
St. Clair 416 20 2
Escambia 411 46 8
Calhoun 387 22 5
Coffee 386 4 3
Covington 372 12 7
Bullock 368 0 10
Barbour 357 4 2
Talladega 323 8 7
Marengo 317 10 11
Hale 315 3 21
Dale 302 11 0
Jackson 302 11 2
Wilcox 294 3 8
Sumter 285 0 12
Clarke 283 3 6
Winston 266 5 3
Chilton 262 6 2
Blount 251 8 1
Monroe 241 4 2
Pickens 238 1 6
Marion 236 9 13
Conecuh 217 1 7
Randolph 216 3 9
Macon 199 5 9
Choctaw 197 0 12
Bibb 196 4 1
Greene 186 0 8
Perry 179 2 1
Henry 136 2 3
Crenshaw 125 0 3
Washington 118 2 7
Lawrence 109 2 0
Cherokee 103 5 7
Geneva 84 3 0
Lamar 80 1 1
Fayette 72 1 1
Clay 69 4 2
Coosa 59 1 1
Cleburne 39 2 1

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  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.