COVID-19 continues to linger as school approaches

Pictured is a new visitors’ booth that was installed last week at FMC Long-Term Care.

Alabama’s new cases of the COVID-19 virus again increased by nearly 11,000 new cases last week, with the weekly death toll dropping from 189 new deaths to 134. Although the numbers in Alabama are slightly better than last week, the number of new coronavirus cases remains alarmingly high as school is scheduled to reopen on Aug. 19. Fayette County saw its weekly total of new cases increase from 23 the previous week to 30 new cases for the seven-day period ending Aug. 3. Fayette County’s death toll from the COVID-19 virus remains at five. The county has historically recorded among the lowest number of cases within the state throughout the pandemic, with Fayette County trailing only Cleburne and Coosa counties in total number of cases.


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