Dr. Landers says 1,750 individuals in Alabama have met the criteria to be considered recovered from COVID-19. That is an increase of 550 since Friday, April 17.
Chairman Strong said safety measures are being added to county facilities, including required face cloth coverings. Strong also mentioned respect for others is going to play an important role once the reopening process begins. Strong says taking care of yourself will in effect take care of others.
Madison County EMA Director Jeff Birdwell said he is working with nursing homes to get adequate supplies where they need to go in order to keep residents and workers safe and healthy.