This Week With the Crimson Tide: The Latest Coronavirus Figures In Alabama And Tuscaloosa

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Tuscaloosa continue to dramatically rise, up 46.1 percent from a week ago
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With so much going, we’re just going to stick with the straightforward facts on this final day of May.

The latest figures as of midnight central time:

Worldwide: 6.05 million confirmed cases, 369,000 dead

(Last week: 5.4 million and 345,000)

The United States: 1.8 million confirmed cases, 105,000 dead

(1.68 million and 98,000)

Alabama: 17.359 confirmed bases, 618 dead

(14,478 and 551)

Tuscaloosa: 738 confirmed cases, 14 dead

(505 and 14 deaths)

The number of confirmed cases was up 46.1 percent from a week ago.

The 14 schools of the SEC have decided to open up their facilities to athletes effective June 8, although some programs around the nation will do so Monday. 

For the latest on how the sports world is dealing with the ongoing crisis and looking re-start, check out our story on where things stand heading into June.

This week at BamaCentral we’ll have a daily feature regarding Crimson Tide sports, in addition to our regular items. The Alabama SI Cover Tournament is in round two, and we’ll continue to bring you the best of Sports Illustrated.

Our lineup will include:


• The Beatless Beat Writer Blog by Joey Blackwell


• Cary Clark’s Greatest Alabama Games

• Another Postcard from Tuscaloosa


• The All Things Bama Podcast by Tyler Martin

• Crimson Corner by Joey Blackwell


• Throwback Thursday

• Christopher Walsh’s Just A Minute commentary


• The Recruiting Corner and Another All Things Bama podcast by Tyler Martin

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