After a dramatic spike in local cases two weeks ago, Fayette County’s COVID-19 cases appear to have somewhat stabilized. From Monday, June 8 to Monday, June 15, the number of coronavirus cases within Fayette County increased by 26, climbing from 19 cases to 45 cases in one week. Last week, the number of new cases decreased over the same seven-day timeframe to 13 new cases. From Monday, June 22 to Monday, June 29, Fayette County again decreased in new cases, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health, with only eight new cases. There has been one reported death within the county attributed to the COVID-19 virus since the pandemic began.
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