Alabama

COVID-19 Cases in Alabama Hit 1,000

COVID-19 cases in Alabama have now hit the century mark. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, there are now 1,000 cases in the state. Of those cases, ADPH says there are 24 reported deaths related to the Coronavirus. So far, only 17 deaths have been confirmed by state health officials. To get updated information regarding COVID-19, click here….

SEC Cancels 2020 Spring Meetings set for Late May

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Tuesday that the 2020 SEC Spring Meetings have been canceled due to issues related to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The SEC will determine alternate methods for holding meetings important to conference operations and explore opportunities to recognize award winners who are honored at the event, which is held annually during…

Alabama’s Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Top 800

According to ADPH’s  live, interactive map, Alabama’s Coronavirus cases are up to 806. As of Sunday afternoon, 4,755 have been tested. Four deaths have been reported. Categories: Coronavirus, News, South Alabama, Statewide, Troy, West Alabama Tags: Alabama, Alabama News Network, coronavirus, covid-19, deaths

Five People Die From Coronavirus at a Hospital in Lee County

The East Alabama Medical Center has confirmed five patients who tested positive from the Coronavirus have died since Friday morning. Three of the patients were from Chambers County. The other two were from Lee County. The total is not yet reflected on the Alabama Department of Public Heath’s website because hospital officials and the ADPH are working through the process…

Alabama’s Covid-19 Cases Nearing 700

As of 3:40 p.m. Saturday, the Alabama Department of Public Health is reporting 696 confirmed Coronavirus cases. 4,755 people have been tested, and three people have died due to the virus. Categories: Coronavirus, Montgomery, News, South Alabama, Statewide, Troy, West Alabama Tags: Alabama, alabama department of public health, coronavirus, covid-19, testing

Gov. Ivey Releases Statement on First Covid-19 Related Death

Governor Kay Ivey released a statement addressing the first confirmed death related to the Coronavirus outbreak: “It is with profound sadness that I confirm that one of our citizens has passed away from the COVID-19 virus. I extend my prayers and deepest sympathies to the family and loved ones during these extraordinary circumstances. I continue to urge everyone that this…

Over 200 Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus in Alabama

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Alabama continue to rise. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health’s website, Alabama now has over 200 confirmed cases with 215 cases. Twenty-five of the 67 counties now have confirmed cases. Jefferson County has the most cases with 90 confirmed cases. The ages on confirmed coronavirus cases range from 2 to 97,…

Governor Ivey Extends Deadline to File State Income Taxes to July 15

Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Revenue announced Monday that the state income tax filing due date is extended from April 15, to July 15.   Taxpayers can also defer state income tax payments due on April 15, to July 15, without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. This deferment applies to all taxpayers, including individuals,…

LIVE: Interactive Map of Alabama’s Coronavirus Cases

The Alabama Department of Public Health is providing a live, interactive map of coronavirus cases across the state. You can use this map to track testing and confirmed cases. There is also a way to see how the virus is affecting each of the state’s 67 counties. The Alabama Department of Public Health is releasing new coronavirus numbers twice a…