The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently announced that monoclonal antibodies for treatment of COVID-19 are temporarily under allocation and must be tracked by healthcare providers to ensure they are distributed where needed.
Dr. Eller says they will continue to monitor schools and positive cases closely. The situation and policies can change daily, but their ultimate goal is do all they can to keep students and staff healthy.
As we observe the 58th anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing many are remembering how much has changed in the area since 1963. The Civil Rights District now has a special designation that will keep the memory of the civil rights movement alive for many years to come.
President Joe Biden’s mandate that businesses with a hundred or more employees must require the COVID vaccination is not yet in effect, but once OSHA issues the new emergency rules, many expect the mandate will face legal challenges.
Bobby Bowden, who passed away in August, was a Samford University (then Howard College) graduate and was a standout on the football team from 1949 to 1952. As a quarterback, he earned Little All-America honors following his senior season.
The Mountain Brook Police Department said, “We certainly are excited for Chief Cook on a well-earned retirement and thank him for his dedicated service to this profession. We would also like to thank Chief Cook’s family (Russell, Robert, and Maddie) along with his wife (Donna) for sharing him with us!”