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Alabama now has 131 confirmed coronavirus cases



As of 5 p.m. CDT on Saturday, March 21, the state of Alabama has 131 confirmed cases of coronavirus reported by state officials.

Mobile County is one of the counties affected, now reporting two confirmed cases. Baldwin County also had reported two cases and Washington County has one confirmed case.

At this time, there are three counties reporting 12 or more confirmed cases of the coronavirus. Jefferson County, which includes Birmingham, is the county most affected, reporting 61 confirmed cases, with Lee County, which includes Auburn and Opelika, reporting 16 confirmed cases. Shelby County, which borders Jefferson County and includes the towns of Pelham and Alabaster, as 12 confirmed cases.


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