Four New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Escambia County, Alabama

May 26, 2020

Story updated Tuesday morning to reflect one additional reported case.

Five new cases of COVID-19  have been reported in Escambia County, Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Health.

There are now 45 cases in the county, up by five in the last week, out of 1,054 tested.

Across the state, Alabama has recorded 15,194 confirmed cases out of 192,602 tested. There have been 566 deaths and 1,652 cumulative  hospitalizations.

The Alabama Department of Health is now reporting a number of presumed recovered patients, which now stands at 7,951.

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