MONTGOMERY, AL — After a day that saw one of the lowest numbers of new COVID-19 cases reported in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Public Health confirmed 531 new cases of the virus Tuesday.
The state has confirmed 26,914 cases of the virus, with 784 deaths.
Monday's total of 314 new COVID-19 cases was the lowest daily total in the state since June 4, when the state confirmed 304 new cases. Since then, the state has seen record numbers of new cases, even reaching 1,000 cases in one day over the weekend.
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In the last 14 days, 8,164 new cases of new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Alabama. Here are the daily totals during that span:
- June 3: 214 new cases
- June 4: 304 new cases
- June 5: 639 new cases
- June 6: 451 new cases
- June 7: 489 new cases
- June 8: 485 new cases
- June 9: 562 new cases
- June 10: 849 new cases
- June 11: 720 new cases
- June 12: 1,075 new cases
- June 13: 976 new cases
- June 14: 857 new cases
- June 15: 314 new cases
- June 16: 531 new cases
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