The Alabama Department of Public Health reported 963 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, the first time in nearly a month the daily new cases was less than 1,000.
Since March, 90,890 cases and 1,611 deaths have been confirmed, according to ADPH. The department reports that at least 35,401 people are presumed recovered.
The state’s seven-day average of new cases continued to dip with Monday’s new numbers to 1,512. It has been declining since July 19, according to BamaTracker, an independent website that analyzes ADPH numbers.
Bama Tracker New COVID-19 Cases & 7-Day Average
Bama Tracker New Deaths & 7-Day Average
Bama Tracker Confirmed COVID-19 Hospitalizations and 7-Day Average
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday reported nearly 4.7 million total cases and 155,204 deaths.
Georgia Tech recently launched a COVID-19 risk assessment tool that shows by county the risk of encountering someone with COVID-19 in a crowd. The site lets users adjust the size of the possible crowd.