As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in the U.S. and new information is released about the virus every day, it has caused a lot of uncertainty on how pregnant and birthing women are meant to proceed.
Gov. Kay Ivey said on Tuesday that she has no plans as of now to issue a shelter-in-place order for the state to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. Meanwhile, Alabama's most populated city has issued just such an order for its residents.
Mackey wrote to school administrators and educators in a letter detailing what protocols should be followed to ensure children’s safety and providing ideas on how to continue learning during the three weeks all Alabama K-12 public schools are to be closed.
Good afternoon! A soothsayer bids you beware the Ides of March. There has been a lot of development on the coronavirus in Alabama in the last 48 hours so buckle in. Here’s your Weekend Digest for March 15. 1. State of Emergency announced, schools close Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency Friday and closed...