UPDATE, March 16, 1:36 p.m.: There are now 28 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The updates were posted to the ADPH website on Monday. It shows one case in Baldwin County, one in Elmore, one in Lee, 17 in Jefferson, one in Limestone, one in Montgomery, three in Shelby and three in Tuscaloosa.
ADPH officials state that so far, no deaths related to coronavirus have been confirmed.
UPDATE, March 16, 10:37 a.m.: The Alabama Department of Public Health says the patient confirmed to have coronavirus in Lee County is a hospital employee there. That person is self isolating at home.
UPDATE, March 15, 6:20 p.m.:
The Alabama Department of Public Health confirmed that there are now 22 people who tested positive for the coronavirus, COVID-19.
Counties with confirmed cases now include: Baldwin, Elmore, Lee, Jefferson, Limestone, Montgomery, Shelby, Tuscaloosa. There are no confirmed deaths due to COVID-19.
Jefferson County has the most cases at 12, followed by Tuscaloosa County with three cases and Shelby County with two cases. All other counties only have one case.
There are now 13 confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The updates were posted to the ADPH website Sunday afternoon. It shows now seven cases of COVID-19 in Jefferson County. This brings the total to 13 cases across the state.
As of right now, there is only one case in North Alabama in Limestone County. Marshall Space Flight Center also stated that one of their employees tested positive for the virus, but haven't released any additional information beyond that.
ADPH officials state that so far no deaths related to COVID-19 have been confirmed.