a person receives an injection

This May 4, 2020 photo from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the first patient enrolled in Pfizer’s COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, receives an injection. Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a poll conducted May 14-18 by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.University of Maryland School of Medicine via AP

The number of coronavirus cases in Alabama has topped 17,000.

The Alabama Department of Public Health’s May 30 9 a.m. numbers show 17,031 coronavirus cases in the state, an increase of 477 from the previous day. The counties with the biggest increases were Montgomery ( 49); Tuscaloosa ( 40); Walker ( 30); and Jefferson and Mobile, which each added 29 cases.

Alabama has had 610 COVID-19 deaths, up 5 from yesterday. The counties with the greatest number of deaths are Mobile (114); Jefferson (102); Tallapoosa (64); Montgomery (38); and Lee (32).

Here are the latest county-by-county case numbers. The parenthesis reflects the increase from the previous day:

Autauga – 212 ( 7)

Baldwin – 282 ( 1)

Barbour – 147 ( 15)

Bibb – 71

Blount – 60 ( 2)

Bullock – 191 ( 16)

Butler – 396 ( 4)

Calhoun – 153 ( 1)

Chambers – 352 ( 3)

Cherokee – 36 ( 2)

Chilton – 99 ( 2)

Choctaw – 149 ( 1)

Clarke – 134 ( 4)

Clay – 27

Cleburne – 14 ( 1)

Coffee – 226 ( 2)

Colbert – 165 ( 4)

Conecuh – 38 ( 3)

Coosa – 38 ( 3)

Covington – 77

Crenshaw – 73 ( 1)

Cullman – 114 ( 18)

Dale – 106 ( 7)

Dallas – 255 ( 11)

DeKalb – 243 ( 2)

Elmore – 323 ( 10)

Escambia – 57 ( 8)

Etowah – 247 ( 3)

Fayette – 13

Franklin –540 ( 25)

Geneva – 39

Greene – 93 ( 1)

Hale – 157 ( 6)

Henry – 73 ( 2)

Houston – 204 ( 16)

Jackson – 76 ( 1)

Jefferson – 1,744 ( 29)

Lamar – 23 ( 2)

Lauderdale – 156 ( 3)

Lawrence – 48 ( 2)

Lee – 536 ( 3)

Limestone – 93 ( 4)

Lowndes – 227 ( 4)

Macon – 72 ( 1)

Madison – 324 ( 6)

Marengo – 160 ( 5)

Marion – 120 ( 1)

Marshall – 681 ( 13)

Mobile – 2162 ( 29)

Monroe – 36 ( 1)

Montgomery – 1,590 ( 49)

Morgan – 244 ( 13)

Perry – 35

Pickens – 109 ( 7)

Pike – 191 ( 12)

Randolph – 125

Russell – 162 ( 3)

Shelby – 497 ( 13)

St. Clair – 118 ( 2)

Sumter – 216 ( 3)

Talladega – 106 ( 6)

Tallapoosa – 433 ( 4)

Tuscaloosa – 720 ( 40)

Walker – 330 ( 30)

Washington – 67 ( 1)

Wilcox – 141 ( 5)

Winston – 87 ( 5)

Data source: The daily updates come from Alabama Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 tracker. Figures are from 9:30 a.m., with increases from the previous day’s figures reported at the same time. The ADPH tracker is live and figures change throughout the day.

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