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COVID-19 Illness Broken Down Percentage-Wise Among High-Risk Groups

According to the Alabama Department of Health, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and renal disease are among the most common underlying medical conditions in coronavirus deaths in the state.

54% of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Alabama were people with cardiovascular disease. 53% had diabetes; 25% suffered chronic renal disease – and 45% had multiple underlying medical conditions.

Seventeen deaths have been confirmed among those with no underlying conditions, with 82% of those being older than 65.  The death range for those with no underlying conditions is from 51 to 81 with a median age of 70.

(AL.COM/www.al.com)

Here is the latest county-by-county breakdown of cases:

Autauga – 25

Baldwin – 98

Barbour – 13

Bibb – 19

Blount – 17

Bullock – 8

Butler – 11

Calhoun – 62

Chambers – 227

Cherokee – 10

Chilton – 37

Choctaw – 13

Clarke – 22

Clay – 14

Cleburne – 12

Coffee – 43

Colbert – 11

Conecuh – 7

Coosa – 20

Covington – 18

Crenshaw – 4

Cullman – 40

Dale – 13

Dallas – 21

DeKalb – 31

Elmore – 50

Escambia – 11

Etowah – 84

Fayette – 4

Franklin – 17

Geneva – 2

Greene – 19

Hale – 20

Henry – 15

Houston – 55

Jackson – 31

Jefferson – 629

Lamar – 7

Lauderdale – 22

Lawrence – 8

Lee – 285

Limestone – 38

Lowndes – 23

Macon – 19

Madison – 194

Marengo – 24

Marion – 58

Marshall – 109

Mobile – 567

Monroe – 7

Montgomery – 189

Morgan – 44

Perry – 7

Pickens – 30

Pike – 27

Randolph – 45

Russell – 31

St. Clair – 49

Shelby – 241

Sumter – 30

Talladega – 40

Tallapoosa – 149

Tuscaloosa – 131

Walker – 85

Washington – 12

Wilcox – 38

Winston – 7

 

 

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