As of 10 a.m. Thursday, July 23, the Alabama Department of Public Health says 72,696 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Alabama since it began testing in March. That's an increase of 2,283 cases from Wednesday.
The department says there are 32,510 presumed recoveries in the state.
The state reports the total number of hospitalizations since March 13 is 8,748. It also confirmed 32 more coronavirus deaths, bringing the state total to 1,357.
You can find the amount of coronavirus cases for North Alabama counties, the number of cases added in the last 14 days and how many coronavirus deaths are confirmed below. You can find data for all counties in the state here.
Madison County: 3,886 total cases/ 1,979 new cases in last 14 days/ 16 deaths
Morgan County: 1,830 total cases/ 610 new cases in last 14 days/ 11 deaths
Limestone County: 946 total cases/ 372 new cases in last 14 days/ 7 deaths
Lawrence County: 216 total cases/ 99 new cases in last 14 days/ 0 deaths
Marshall County: 2,546 total cases/ 680 new cases in last 14 days/ 21 deaths
DeKalb County: 1,407 total cases/ 566 new cases in last 14 days/ 9 deaths
Jackson County: 613 total cases/ 239 new cases in last 14 days/ 3 deaths
Lauderdale County: 826 total cases/ 289 new cases in last 14 days/ 9 deaths
Colbert County: 823 total cases/ 358 new cases in last 14 days/ 10 deaths
Franklin County: 1,051 total cases/ 129 new cases in last 14 days/ 17 deaths