State COVID-19 Cases Rise to 106, Tuscaloosa County Steady at 4
Confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Alabama rose to 106 Friday afternoon, according to new figures from the Alabama Department of Public Health. There are still just 4 confirmed cases in Tuscaloosa County.
The plurality of cases in Alabama are in Jefferson County, where 50 people are confirmed to have the virus. Lee County is a distance second with 11 cases, and Shelby County has 10.
In other West Alabama news, Lamar County had its first case of the disease confirmed in the Friday afternoon report.
Click here to see the full report broken down by county, and keep in mind that these numbers are far from conclusive as a large number of samples still need to be tested and many tests statewide are inconclusive because of various issues with sample collection.