adph noon monday

Alabama saw a 300-plus increase in confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours as it topped 12,000 confirmed cases in the state, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

As of 12:25 p.m. Monday, ADPH is reporting 12,052 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the state which is an increase of 310 cases in the last 24 hours.

ADPH added a new category to its dashboard Friday which includes cases confirmed and test results in the last 14 days. There have been 3,972 cases confirmed in the last 14 days with 62,162 test results given. On Sunday, there were 88,102 tests reported so this number has decreased in the last 24 hours. Tallapoosa Publishers reached out to ADPH for an explanation for this.

ADPH spokesperson Arrol Sheehan provided this answer from ADPH's Dr. Karen Landers:

"(ADPH) dashboard updates on a regular basis. ADPH receives reports from multiple laboratories through multiple methods. As part of transmission of data, updating or reviewing, there will be times that a test report is sent to the department more than once. When this happens, the data has to be corrected. This is an ongoing process to refine data and ensure accuracy. Individual county numbers have been updated and may reflect corrections.  Please note that all data is provisional and subject to change."

In the last 24 hours, Tallapoosa County added eight confirmed cases of COVID-19, now at 365. The county’s death count is still at 57.

Coosa County's confirmed case count is still at 34 and one death while Elmore County added eight cases to now be at 197 confirmed cases. Elmore County still has six COVID-19 deaths.

Per capita rates have not been updated in the last four days on ADPH's website.

Statewide, there have been 488 COVID-19 deaths. ADPH reports only confirmed COVID-19 deaths. The criteria for death counts now include people who died with a positive COVID-19 laboratory test as well as individuals whose death certificates list COVID-19 as the cause of death.

Statewide, the ADPH is reporting 155,877 total tested. This is a decrease of 473 tests from Sunday. ADPH's website states the total tested number for the state also includes test results from persons who were tested in Alabama but do not reside in Alabama.

In Tallapoosa County, there have been 2,162 tests counted by ADPH, 228 in Coosa County and 2,162 in Elmore County.

There have been 1,406 hospitalizations across the state since March 13, according to ADPH.

Since March 13, there have been 506 patients in intensive care units and 298 on a ventilator. In the medical field, 1,647 healthcare workers in hospitals and doctors' offices have tested positive. When it comes to long-term care facilities, 772 employees and 1,189 residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

See all counties' cases and deaths according to ADPH as of 12:25 Monday below:

Autauga County: 
119 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Baldwin County: 
260 confirmed cases

8 deaths

Barbour County: 
85 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Bibb County: 
50 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Blount County: 
46 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Bullock County: 
39 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Butler County: 
283 confirmed cases

9 deaths

Calhoun County: 
133 confirmed cases

3 deaths

Chambers County: 
328 confirmed cases

22 deaths

Cherokee County: 
28 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Chilton County: 
79 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Choctaw County: 
85 confirmed cases

3 deaths

Clarke County: 
75 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Clay County: 
27 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Cleburne County: 
13 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Coffee County: 
171 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Colbert County: 
92 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Conecuh County: 
19 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Coosa County: 
34 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Covington County: 
58 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Crenshaw County: 
53 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Cullman County: 
69 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Dale County: 
61 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Dallas County: 
150 confirmed cases

3 deaths

DeKalb County: 
196 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Elmore County: 
197 confirmed cases

6 deaths

Escambia County: 
39 confirmed cases

3 deaths

Etowah County: 
207 confirmed cases

10 deaths

Fayette County: 
9 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Franklin County: 
342 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Geneva County: 
22 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Greene County: 
87 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Hale County: 
91 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Henry County: 
40 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Houston County: 
137 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Jackson County: 
64 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Jefferson County: 
1,351 confirmed cases

74 deaths

Lamar County: 
15 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Lauderdale County: 
114 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Lawrence County: 
33 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Lee County: 
452 confirmed cases

31 deaths

Limestone County: 
65 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Lowndes County: 
132 confirmed cases

9 deaths

Macon County: 
55 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Madison County: 
278 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Marengo County: 
104 confirmed cases

6 deaths

Marion County: 
103 confirmed cases

9 deaths

Marshall County: 
632 confirmed cases

9 deaths

Mobile County: 
1,729 confirmed cases

101 deaths

Monroe County: 
20 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Montgomery County: 
860 confirmed cases

20 deaths

Morgan County: 
116 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Perry County: 
21 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Pickens County: 
82 confirmed cases

3 deaths

Pike County: 
107 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Randolph County: 
120 confirmed cases

7 deaths

Russell County: 
105 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Shelby County: 
402 confirmed cases

19 deaths

St. Clair County: 
91 confirmed cases

1 deaths

Sumter County: 
135 confirmed cases

4 deaths

Talladega County: 
81 confirmed cases

2 deaths

Tallapoosa County: 
365 confirmed cases

57 deaths

Tuscaloosa County: 
365 confirmed cases

8 deaths

Unknown or Out of State County: 
0 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Walker County: 
136 confirmed cases

0 deaths

Washington County: 
61 confirmed cases

5 deaths

Wilcox County: 
95 confirmed cases

5 deaths

Winston County: 
39 confirmed cases

1 deaths