Alabama is seemingly on the tail end of the omicron peak of the Coronavirus. New dashboard numbers according to the Alabama Department of Public Health, show that the worst of it may be behind us after all, but that we should still remain cautious.
Dr. Harris says that there are over 29 hundred inpatients around the state of Alabama and that hospitalizations have now surpassed peak numbers from the delta and other variants last year. The number of positive Covid 19 cases in the state are also the highest they have ever been.
State health officials say 45.9% of those taking COVID-19 tests in Alabama are getting positive results.
State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris held a news conference Tuesday morning to address the recent surge of new COVID cases in Alabama. That news conference was carried live on CBS 8 and ABC 32.
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Alabama is seeing a sharp rise in the COVID-19 cases as the extremely contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus continues to sweep the nation.
A person in California has become the first in the U.S. to have an identified case of the omicron variant of COVID-19.
Dr. Scott Harris says he agrees with President Biden and is urging Alabamians to get vaccinated this holiday season as a new COVID-19 variant is spreading. The Omicron variant has now been detected in every continent, but has not had a case reported in the U.S. President Joe Biden said on Monday, he won’t be seeking any severe business or…
The world is confronting a new coronavirus variant, and officials have named it “omicron.”