The demand for the COVID-19 vaccine continues to rise around the country, and Alabama is no exception to this. Even though most hospitals in the state are providing the vaccine to residents, the number of eligible people continues to surpass vacci...Read More
Vaccine allocations in Alabama are shifting. Residents have more vaccination options now, as the J&J COVID-19 vaccine was recently approved Emergency Use Authorization.Read More
Together, we have the ability to be more cautious, clean, and caring as we go about our lives living among germs. And it's true, we can't always avoid them, but we can control the threat of germs.Read More
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
To prevent a new healthcare crisis, the WHO has started studying a series of mental and physical symptoms affecting several individuals in the aftermath of acute COVID-19 infections.Read More
With most businesses back in operation, one thing holds true for every situation, and it's the fact that the workplace is a breeding ground for illness-causing germs.Read More
We're still in the process of learning how COVID-19 works, and so far, it seems as if the pandemic is still here to stay well into 2021. Since the start of the pandemic, we have heard a lot of conflicting information regarding the virus.Read More
We're here to help you make an informed decision before you hire a cleaning company when you really wanted a sanitizing and disinfecting company or vice versa—you might even need both!Read More
A recent article by Hackensack Meridian Health explains why the COVID-19 vaccine is necessary for recovered patients and expands on the importance of taking proper precautions to prevent reinfection.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
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