Alabama adds almost 3,900 COVID cases, 1,400 from 3 counties

Three Alabama counties accounted for almost 40% of the state’s COVID cases added overnight.

The Alabama Department of Public Health’s most recent data shows the state added 3,851 coronavirus cases since yesterday, bringing the total since March 2020 to 619,752. The state added 41 deaths bringing the total to 11.689. Deaths reports typically lag, sometimes as much as weeks, based on the length of the investigation.

Three counties – Baldwin, Jefferson and Mobile – added the greatest number of cases, combining for 1,397. Baldwin reported 284 new cases, Jefferson 464 and Mobile 649.

The following are the latest county-by-county case

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