About 1,700 people received their coronavirus vaccine at a mass vaccination clinic at John Hunt Park as part of a statewide initiative to get as many people vaccinated.Read More
Alabama continues breaking COVID-19 records as the Department of Public Health reported more hospitalizations cases. Facilities like the Birmingham Hospital and the East Alabama Medical Center reported the largest number of cases.Read More
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has responded to the public's calls for up-to-date information about COVID-19 and has provided an online dashboard for people to see the number of vaccines available.Read More
A new variant of the COVID-19 virus has been identified by the U.K. after the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, revealed their findings during a press briefing last Saturday.Read More
Officials say the length of quarantining at home for people who have been in close contact with individuals exposed to COVID-19 can end after the 10th day for some individuals without testing, so long they do not have COVID-19 symptoms during the ...Read More
Madison County is currently facing one of the worst outbreaks since the pandemic began. Alabama Department of Public Health reported 259 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday in Madison County, Alabama. That pushes the seven-day average to a new record of...Read More
The Huntsville Hospital Health System will be among the first in Alabama to get COVID-19 vaccines, hospital officials said.Read More
CNN reported that some of the country's major grocery chains have begun placing a limit for the purchase of items like toilet paper and disinfecting wipes in an attempt to keep shoppers from stockpiling.Read More
A recent article by The Guardian stated that COVID-19 can survive for up to 28 days on surfaces. They stated that surfaces such as the glass on a mobile phone, stainless steel, and smooth surfaces can harbor the virus for almost a month.Read More
A recent article by Chris Smith explains how COVID cases are on the rise as the world is seeing a resurgence in cases. There are even several reports where individuals are getting reinfected and doctors can't explain why, but genetic sequencin...Read More
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