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ALABAMA (WRBL) – As of 3:00/2:00 p.m. CDT, the Alabama Department of Public Health is reporting 325,076 confirmed cases of coronavirus statewide, with 4,732 confirmed to have died from the virus. Alabama is now also reporting numbers of probable cases and deaths, with now 82,772 probable COVID-19 cases and 841 probable deaths from COVID-19. According to […]ALABAMA (WRBL) – As of 3:00/2:00 p.m. CDT, the Alabama Department of Public Health is reporting 325,076 confirmed cases of coronavirus statewide, with 4,732 confirmed to have died from the virus. A…

UPDATE: Alabama reports 325,076 confirmed COVID-19 cases statewide, with 6,822 in Lee County | WRBL

The state added 3,848 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, according to data from the Alabama Department of Public Health.The state added 3,848 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, according to data from the Alabama Department of Public Health.

Alabama adds 3,848 cases of COVID-19 Tuesday

In Alabama, more than 87,000 COVID-19 vaccinations have been given, as state officials say more providers are needed to speed up that distribution. More than 270,000 doses have been allotted to Alabama. Only about 32 percent of those allotted have been given. We asked Dr. Karen Landers with ADPH what’s needed to give vaccines quicker. “Certainly, we are glad to have already given 87,000 doses but we do need more providers and we also need more clinics,” she said.In Alabama, more than 87,000 COVID-19 vaccinations have been given, as state officials say more providers are needed to speed up that distribution. More than 270,000 doses have been allotted to Alabama. Only about 32 percent of those allotted have been given. We asked Dr. Karen Landers with ADPH what’s needed to give vaccines quicker. “Certainly, we are glad to have already given 87,000 doses but we do need more providers and we also need more clinics,” she said.

ADPH: More COVID-19 vaccine providers needed to speed up distribution | WBMA

ADPH: More COVID-19 vaccine providers needed to speed up distribution

The governor received the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine today at Baptist Medical Center South in Montgomery.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey gets 2nd COVID-19 shot, urges people to trust vaccine - al.com

MONTGOMERY — Alabama Governor Kay Ivey received her second and final dose of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday, after which

Ivey receives second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine - 'This free opportunity will protect you and your loved ones' - Yellowhammer News | Yellowhammer News

According to Centers for Disease Control, the rate of vaccination against COVID-19 is slower than many other states across the country. Doctor Karen Landers, the assistant state health officer for the Alabama Department of Public Health, told ABC 33/40 that health officials in Alabama are stepping things up. She said more than 87,000 vaccinations have been administered, compared to only 42,000 last week. According to Centers for Disease Control, the rate of vaccination against COVID-19 is slower than many other states across the country. Doctor Karen Landers, the assistant state health officer for the Alabama Department of Public Health, told ABC 33/40 that health officials in Alabama are stepping things up. She said more than 87,000 vaccinations have been administered, compared to only 42,000 last week.

Alabama COVID vaccinations doubled in a week and we're still behind | WBMA

Alabama COVID vaccinations doubled in a week and we're still behind

Following announcements last week from the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) that COVID-19 vaccines would be administered to first responders and seniors 75 or older as the vaccine rollout winds into its next phase, Vaughan Regional Medical Center (VRMC) is among those delivering vaccine locally. “We can confirm that we are in the process […]

Vaughan begins second round of vaccinations - The Selma Times‑Journal | The Selma Times‑Journal

The Alabama Department of Public Heath has updated the number of confirmed statewide cases of COVID-19.The Alabama Department of Public Heath has updated the number of confirmed statewide cases of COVID-19.

COVID-19 in Alabama: 2,031 new confirmed cases on Tuesday

Lee County saw its COVID-19 death toll rise by eight from Monday to Tuesday as the number of new COVID-19 cases remains steady.Lee County saw its COVID-19 death toll rise by eight from Monday to Tuesday as the number of new COVID-19 cases remains steady.

Lee County's COVID-19 death toll significantly rises overnight | Local News | oanow.com

The announcement Friday that Alabama would begin vaccinating residents 75 years old and up, starting Jan. 18, was followed by a bumpy rollout.The announcement Friday that Alabama would begin vaccinating residents 75 years old and up, starting Jan. 18, was followed by a bumpy rollout.

ADPH says it has signed up ‘thousands’ of residents, 75 and older, for COVID-19 vaccinations | WHNT.com

ADPH said the COVID-19 hotline reported more than 1.1 million calls the first day it was in operation, Friday, January 8.ADPH said the COVID-19 hotline reported more than 1.1 million calls the first day it was in operation, Friday, January 8.

Gov. Kay Ivey confirms plans to launch online COVID-19 vaccine registration, in addition to hotline | WHNT.com

One Mobile woman says she tried calling the COVID-19 vaccine appointment hotline more than 1,000 times and couldn’t get through to make an appointment for an elderly family member in the 75-years-and-older category. On the first day the COVID-19 vaccine appointment hotline was open, the Alabama Department of Public Health received more than 300,000 calls in the first few hours.One Mobile woman says she tried calling the COVID-19 vaccine appointment hotline more than 1,000 times and couldn’t get through to make an appointment for an elderly family member in the 75-years-and-older category. On the first day the COVID-19 vaccine appointment hotline was open, the Alabama Department of Public Health received more than 300,000 calls in the first few hours.

Mobile residents struggle to get COVID-19 vaccine appointments on busy ADPH hotline | WPMI

Mobile residents struggle to get COVID-19 vaccine appointments on busy ADPH hotline

ADPH will provide COVID-19 vaccinations for people 75 years old or older, as well as first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters, statewide by appointment only effective January 18. GOOD NEWS! The Alabama health department will provide #COVID19 vaccinations for people 75 years old or older, as well as first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters, statewide by appointment only effective January 18.

COVID-19 vaccine will be available for Alabamians ages 75 and older starting Jan. 18