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264,199
219,069 Conf. + 45,130 Prob.
Total Cases
3,831
3,411 Conf. + 420 Prob.
Total Deaths
+3,840
3,131 Conf. + 709 Prob.
Cases Yesterday
1,626,368 Total
+10,420 Yesterday
Tests Reported
168,387
Recovered
1.10
Rt
36,350 Cases
117,320 Tested
Last 14 Days
26,331 Total
1,875 Current
Hospitalizations
Cumulative Cases
Probable Cases are the total number of patients who are epidemiologically linked (have had close contact) with a confirmed case, have symptoms meeting clinical criteria of COVID-19, and have no confirmatory laboratory testing performed for COVID-19.

Confirmed Cases Per Day
Bama Tracker tracks the change in cumulative cases from midnight to 11:59pm each day. The change shown above can vary slightly from ADPH. Here is a chart of Confirmed + Probable Cases Per Day.
Cumulative Deaths
Deaths Reported Per Day
Data above is based on reported date, not the date death occurred. To see deaths by date (not reported date), check this chart.
Cumulative Tests
Tests Per Day
Cumulative Hospitalizations
On 7/12/2020 ADPH adjusted how they count hospitalizations. More info here.
Hospitalizations Per Day
Increases to the cumulative total.
Confirmed Hospitalizations
Currently Hospitalized. 107 Hospitals reporting recently.
Rt Per Day
Rt is the rate of reproduction of the virus. If Rt is above 1.0, the virus will spread quickly. When Rt is below 1.0, the virus will stop spreading exponentially. Data from Rt.live for Alabama. NOTE: This chart will update each Monday.
Case Growth Per Day
Growth % can vary drastically when the numbers are low and gradually reduce as the cumulative count rises. This chart starts at 6/1 to more clearly show recent changes in growth.
Doubling Time (In Days)
Doubling Time (in Days) is the time it will take for cumulative cases to double in value. The chart above shows the 'Doubling Days' over Time based on 7-day growth. Higher is better.
Rate of Deaths Per Day
Cumulative Deaths / Cumulative Cases Per Day
Percent of Counties With New Cases Per Day
Cumulative %Positive Per Day
Based on the running cumulative Total Cases / Total Tests each day. New test counts fluctuate greatly each day, so these percentages are based on the cumulative counts tracked over time. Example: Today would be 219069 / 1626368 = 13.47%.
7-Day Avg. %Positive Per Day
This is the 7-day avg amount of new cases divided by 7-day avg new tests reported each day. The "Ideal Range" comes from data presented by Johns Hopkins described in detail here.
Tests Per Positive
How many tests does it take to find 1 positive case? More testing with fewer positive cases is assumed to be an indication of progress. Idea by @twang0518.
14-Day Counts %Positive Per Day
This is the 14-day count of new cases divided by 14-day count of new tests reported each day by ADPH. The "Ideal Range" comes from data presented by Johns Hopkins described in detail here. Data started on 5/18. In October 2020 it was noted by ADPH on 3 different occassions that backlogged data was reported into Probable counts, which appear to be part of the 14-day counts released daily by ADPH.

Total Cases By County


7-day Avg Cases By County


More Alabama COVID-19 Maps

Click on any County in the list below to get to a detailed section of that county's data. You can click/tap on the columns to sort.

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Important: As of 6/3/2020 ADPH began updating their numbers at 10 am once a day. The change in the table below as of 6/3 most likely indicates an increase for the previous day.

County Cases Change Probable Change Deaths (Inc Prob.) Tests %Pos (14d) 7day Avg
Jefferson 33,193 +545 2,117 +49 515 272,81728.63% 447.29
Mobile 16,279 +114 4,347 +60 372 129,01420.44% 77.86
Madison 13,545 +282 976 +24 153 121,58926.22% 183.57
Montgomery 11,976 +99 868 +14 246 67,67625.06% 70.57
Shelby 9,983 +161 1,295 +15 78 75,57429.93% 139.43
Tuscaloosa 9,903 +120 3,994 +22 173 97,06921.62% 100.14
Baldwin 7,603 +115 1,898 +45 138 66,20128.88% 85.29
Morgan 6,630 +147 775 +30 55 36,03046.29% 102.57
Marshall 6,274 +195 679 +8 58 31,09653.52% 92.29
Etowah 5,846 +129 1,202 -2 70 38,55441.34% 89.86
Calhoun 5,774 +121 1,165 +9 126 38,81937.02% 78.71
Lee 4,936 +24 3,135 +32 67 57,12222.34% 22.86
DeKalb 4,678 +85 540 +4 43 21,40147.69% 50.29
Limestone 4,297 +47 327 +27 46 24,03934.78% 45.29
St. Clair 3,949 +60 716 +2 57 27,49940.09% 58.14
Elmore 3,750 +68 650 +7 70 27,77028.09% 40.43
Cullman 3,535 +50 1,371 +54 50 26,55737.95% 47.43
Walker 3,501 +24 413 +29 112 20,23640.89% 32.00
Jackson 3,405 +93 330 +26 23 20,49352.73% 70.43
Lauderdale 3,120 +45 1,402 +44 57 28,40037.74% 48.14
Houston 3,080 +48 2,511 +16 40 33,38528.25% 32.43
Colbert 2,708 +38 771 +26 48 18,54639.49% 40.57
Autauga 2,624 +47 321 +5 42 16,44830.40% 28.57
Talladega 2,582 +40 1,279 +10 57 23,13637.97% 35.57
Franklin 2,404 +20 251 +9 34 10,62635.22% 16.00
Blount 2,397 +66 834 +7 46 14,99549.30% 32.71
Chilton 2,134 +17 220 +1 45 11,43933.64% 18.71
Russell 2,047 +22 296 +6 3 13,10538.66% 12.57
Coffee 1,883 +24 717 -1 23 16,38235.63% 18.29
Dallas 1,863 +11 505 +8 32 12,21831.35% 7.57
Dale 1,776 +18 697 +11 55 14,32632.92% 14.86
Escambia 1,588 +9 500 +10 32 10,27425.47% 7.00
Tallapoosa 1,437 +10 489 +14 92 14,46622.58% 15.71
Clarke 1,322 +10 332 +3 22 8,41025.37% 6.00
Winston 1,288 +14 175 +2 25 7,29351.52% 17.71
Covington 1,284 +15 1,064 +9 34 10,98235.12% 8.71
Marion 1,283 +8 219 +12 36 8,08346.08% 12.29
Lawrence 1,219 +16 180 +10 36 6,35139.06% 12.29
Marengo 1,207 +9 71 +2 24 7,78933.68% 9.00
Chambers 1,156 +1 735 +15 54 10,85834.19% 6.14
Butler 1,144 +10 67 +1 42 5,60224.26% 7.71
Pike 1,135 +7 517 +7 15 10,14234.93% 3.71
Bibb 1,131 +16 139 +2 38 9,12613.19% 10.43
Pickens 1,065 +6 232 -6 20 7,39540.18% 7.57
Hale 887 +4 134 +3 32 6,27431.27% 6.71
Geneva 882 +7 410 +4 9 7,22928.84% 8.14
Randolph 880 +8 200 +2 22 5,34333.23% 6.14
Fayette 862 +19 160 +4 16 4,96253.09% 13.71
Clay 805 +3 150 +4 27 4,19833.19% 4.43
Barbour 788 +1 429 +2 29 6,20920.88% 1.57
Lowndes 779 +2 50 +1 30 2,99834.46% 4.29
Cherokee 758 +12 324 +3 24 5,83540.13% 6.00
Cleburne 755 +6 54 -4 14 3,34629.60% 4.86
Washington 727 +2 215 +1 22 4,56622.13% 3.29
Macon 677 +4 98 0 22 4,92519.10% 4.86
Bullock 658 +1 53 +1 20 3,31712.27% 1.57
Perry 637 +5 66 0 7 3,61828.30% 2.71
Lamar 604 +11 130 -2 8 3,85953.05% 7.86
Conecuh 585 +3 147 0 15 3,11828.26% 4.71
Wilcox 571 +3 88 +1 18 3,05931.62% 3.29
Monroe 566 +4 287 +3 11 5,56026.76% 2.43
Sumter 562 +6 39 0 22 3,30632.30% 2.86
Henry 559 +7 350 +3 7 5,04426.78% 5.43
Crenshaw 553 +5 185 0 30 3,75727.54% 2.57
Greene 411 +13 47 0 18 2,57432.82% 4.29
Choctaw 389 0 47 +1 20 1,87242.86% 0.71
Coosa 240 -1 145 +4 4 2,06656.49% 3.71
Total 219,069 3131 45,130 709 3,831 1,626,36849   18  


Case & Death Demographics Alabama Mortality

Other Stats

Nationwide Totals

14,761,245
US Cases
+223,982
New Today
285,480
US Deaths
+2,648
New Today

US State Cases & Deaths


Statewide Percentages
33.17%
1,626,368 out of 4,903,000 Population Tested
13.47%
219,069 out of 1,626,368 Positive Tests
12.02%
26,331 out of 219,069 Hospitalized

7.12%
1,875 Currently Hospitalized
97%
65 out of 67 Counties with New Cases Today
1.56%
3,411 out of 219,069 Deceased

  • 4.468% of the population of Alabama has tested positive for COVID-19, approximately 4468 in 100,000 people.
  • 0.0696% of the population of Alabama have died from COVID-19, approximately 70 in 100,000 people.
  • Alabama Cases (219,069) make up 1.48% of the total US Cases of COVID-19 (14,761,245)