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Alabama

Overview

New AL Cases

September 25
+2,937
Trend
Falling

New AL Deaths

September 25
+101
Trend
Falling

Total AL Vaccinations Administered

Total
4,485,507
September 26
+14,170

Total AL Cases

Confirmed cases
789,054
Deaths
14,022

County Trends: Cases

Rising
8
Falling
44
Flat
15

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
CountyCasesNew cases yesterdayDeaths
Jefferson 111,599 283 1,765
Madison 49,865 195 633
Etowah 19,300 187 462
Lee 22,680 183 220
Tuscaloosa 33,931 157 548
Shelby 36,274 124 315
Mobile 70,851 99 1,234
Calhoun 21,211 99 410
Baldwin 36,242 93 495
Houston 16,823 91 386
Talladega 12,958 77 236
Montgomery 33,190 69 678
Cullman 14,602 62 258
Morgan 19,816 61 335
Elmore 14,480 57 264
Dale 8,609 55 173
Coffee 8,882 54 175
Lauderdale 13,520 50 281
Limestone 14,581 48 188
St. Clair 15,442 47 305
Tallapoosa 6,673 45 181
Blount 9,720 44 157
Cleburne 2,358 41 51
Marshall 17,680 40 274
Jackson 9,385 38 158
Walker 10,588 37 330
DeKalb 12,199 34 237
Barbour 3,472 33 70
Escambia 6,591 32 121
Chilton 6,385 30 144
Russell 6,072 29 55
Lamar 1,977 29 43
Chambers 5,416 28 134
Colbert 8,534 26 184
Pickens 3,052 26 74
Geneva 4,413 25 117
Clarke 4,632 24 79
Winston 4,258 23 95
Franklin 5,795 21 101
Marion 4,800 20 120
Coosa 1,702 19 35
Dallas 4,705 18 189
Butler 3,182 17 90
Clay 2,285 16 65
Pike 4,623 15 97
Covington 6,452 12 167
Bibb 4,093 12 81
Cherokee 2,898 11 55
Fayette 2,796 11 73
Autauga 9,667 10 137
Monroe 3,200 10 53
Henry 3,018 10 58
Crenshaw 2,384 9 70
Randolph 3,059 8 56
Hale 2,926 7 85
Marengo 3,262 6 85
Macon 2,201 6 58
Greene 1,214 6 43
Lawrence 4,117 5 108
Conecuh 1,820 5 46
Bullock 1,492 4 43
Washington 2,454 1 48
Perry 1,365 1 37
Sumter 1,245 1 36
Choctaw 734 1 27
Lowndes 1,707 0 58
Wilcox 1,597 0 36

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date.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.