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The newest update from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows a concern for pregnant women with COVID. It has been reported by the ADPH that 23 pregnant women have been hospitalized with COVID this week alone, and 7 of those women and their unborn child have died from the virus. Data has shown that COVID-19 puts pregnant women at…
At a news conference Friday in Montgomery, Alabama State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris says the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a startling statistic: Alabama recorded more deaths in 2020 than births.
Medical providers in Alabama who administer monoclonal antibody treatments are adapting to recent changes brought on by the US Department of Health and Human Services on how the products are distributed.
State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris held a briefing on the status of COVID-19 in Alabama. While cases have jumped, so have the number of people deciding to get their vaccinations.
State Health Officer is speaking about Alabama’s dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases during July. He held a news conference that was aired live on Alabama News Network this morning.
The number of COVID-19 patients in Alabama hospitals has climbed to more than 900 as the state sees an alarming rise in virus cases.
Alabama State Health Officer, Dr. Scott Harris had a live interview Wednesday morning on Alabama News Rising to discuss vaccinations in Alabama. Categories: Coronavirus, Montgomery, News Tags: alabama news rising, dr. scott harris, Interview, state health officer, Vaccinations
New statistics indicate a disproportionately small number of Black people are getting vaccinations against the new coronavirus in Alabama, a trend the state’s top health official says shows the need to increase immunization efforts in the minority community. Demographic data compiled by the state has big gaps. But Dr. Scott Harris says the numbers that are available show about 55%…
Montgomery Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Ann Roy Moore and members of the Montgomery County school board have sent a letter to Gov. Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris asking that they make the COVID-19 vaccine a priority for MPS employees. The school system is going all-virtual starting Monday. That decision was made after several employees died of…