According to the Coffee County Emergency Management Agency, Coffee County has just 64 current COVID-19 cases that are still in quarantine, as of June 2.
As of June 2, Coffee County has had 236 total confirmed cases of the virus, which means 172 of those cases have recovered and are no longer in quarantine. About 73 percent of Coffee County’s cases have recovered.
Coffee County also has just one confirmed death as a result of COVID-19, as well. Medical Center Enterprise has performed 246 total tests with 25 positives and four currently pending results.
The State of Alabama has had 18,474 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 9,355 recoveries, around 51 percent of total cases have recovered across the state.
In the last 14 days, more than 80,000 tests have been conducted with 5,480 new cases. In total, the state has also seen 651 confirmed deaths and 1,899 hospitalizations.
For detailed updated stats courtesy of the Alabama Department of Public Health, visit https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/6d2771faa9da4a2786a509d82c8cf0f7.