MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama department of Public Health released its Wednesday morning COVID-19 update with a steady rise in cases of COVID-19 reported.
After Tuesday night’s update, the state stood at 242 cases. As of Wednesday morning the state stands at 283 cases confirmed with no deaths reported.
ADPH says 2,812 tests have been conducted. Talladega Co. has four confirmed cases. Pickens and Pike counties are the latest to report cases.
As of 10:30 a.m. March 25, Alabama has 283 cases and zero deaths of #COVID19. 2,812 total tests have been administered. Pickens & Pike counties are the newest counties to have cases. Website: https://t.co/WSlZmfuHCg. Dashboard: https://t.co/GTqQp3nNQU pic.twitter.com/0ejwuEA723
— Alabama Public Health (@ALPublicHealth) March 25, 2020
Exact locations are not released by the ADPH.