The Alabama Department of Public Health reported a dramatically decreased 536 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. The department hadn’t reported a daily case total that low since June 28 when the number was 359.
Forty-eight deaths were reported Tuesday. BamaTracker, an independent website that follows ADPH data, noted that’s the second highest number of deaths reported in one day since tracking began.
Bama Tracker News COVID-19 Cases & 7-Day Average
As of Tuesday, 99,926 cases statewide have been confirmed since March. There have been 1,781 deaths.
According to ADPH, 1,506 people were in Alabama hospitals Tuesday with confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Tuesday’s new cases brought the seven-day average of cases down to 1,291.
Of the total cases, nearly 38,000 are now presumed recovered, according to ADPH.