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Wednesday morning update

The number of cases of COVID-19 in Madison County remained the same overnight from what had been reported Tuesday evening, which is 150. Limestone has 32 cases.

Statewide, the number of cases have increased to 2,229.

According to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) at 8:45 a.m., there are 65 reported deaths in the state due to the illness, with 48 of those being confirmed by the ADPH. Madison now has two confirmed deaths.

Since March 13, there have been 314 people hospitalzed because of COVID-19.

According to John Hopkins University, there are currently 399,929 cases of coronavirus in the United States. There have been 12,911 deaths, and 22,539 people have recovered from the virus.

Below is a breakdown of cases by county in the state:

 

Madison

MCCL to host 2021 All-Girls State Championship on Feb. 20

Harvest

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Orr files COVID-19 liability protection bill

Madison

Lawmaker: Local school boards need say in extended school closures

Madison

Sew Happy members discover, share ideas and designs

Madison

Madison school nurses administered COVID vaccination shots

Madison

Madison at The Range becomes one of the area’s first senior living communities to offer vaccine

Madison

Madison County placed in “low risk” level for COVID

Madison

Nearly $1 million awarded to SAIL Alabama summer learning programs

Madison

President-elect Joe Biden urged to reverse Space Command decision

Madison

Despite fund transfers, unemployment tax to increase

Madison

Governor awards grants to assist domestic violence victims in north Alabama

Harvest

Registration deadline for Christian Job Corps classes is Jan. 25

Madison

State tries to fix overwhelmed vaccination hotline; COVID hospitalizations still high

Harvest

Achieve Training Center accepting applications for free classes in software

Madison

US Space Command coming to Huntsville

Madison

MCS says schools will return to daily in-person instruction on Tuesday

Madison

State House security will include state troopers; FBI warns of armed protests

Madison

Resurfacing for I-565 widening project expected to start in a few months

Madison

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Harvest

Catalyst Center, Junior League create Ignite program, scholarship

Bob Jones High School

Learn the game in MCCL’S beginning chess classes

Madison

Armed suspect in stolen vehicle sought by MPD

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