It’s kind of like the first day of school all over again for some Hoover City School students. Elementary students started their new learning schedule Tuesday. Students moved from 2 days a week of in person learning to 4 days a week of in person learning.
Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry posted on Facebook “After almost a year of hard work, therapy, and a tremendous amount of love and support from his friends, family, co-workers and the entire community; Adam is back!”
The Jefferson County Health Department will be activate two vaccination sites Monday, January 18 to vaccinate anyone in phase 1a as well as all first responders including law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and volunteer fire & rescue personnel and all people age 75 and older.
Alabama Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said there was a reporting problem. Some vaccination records were kicked out by computers. The health department’s IT workers have been working on correcting the information all week.
Alabama Democrats hoped to be celebrating next week with the inauguration of Joe Biden, but with COVID and now security concerns about possible protesters, that has changed a lot plans for any Washington D.C. trip.
City Council Public Safety Chair Tiffany Moore said there were steps the city needed to take before deciding on breaking away from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, including conducting a feasibility study.
Birmingham’s mayor is spending his first full 24 hours out of the hospital while he and thousands of other Alabamians continue to recover from COVID-19. More than 380,000 people in Alabama have been infected with the COVID-19.
Health leaders with the University of California and Brown University theorized only administering a single dose of COVID-19 vaccines, instead of giving second doses, to allow more people to be vaccinated.