The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Alabama increased on Sunday to 825, while the state's death total climbed to four, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health's website.

At 4:45 p.m., ADPH reported the number of individuals tested statewide as 4,755.

Jefferson County continued to have the most cases with 245, Shelby County and Madison County both had 79, and Lee County had 59.

Every county in the state has reported at least one confirmed case.

The number of confirmed cases in the Shoals area on Sunday were: Lauderdale County's total was 12; Colbert County now has reported 2 confirmed case; and Franklin County remained at 3 cases.

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