Huntsville leaders reiterate separation, masks throughout COVID-19
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a group of people in front of a television: Huntsville Friday update

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Madison county officials updated the latest on COVID-19 on Monday.

Dr. Pam Hudson of Crestwood Medical updated the latest numbers from the Alabama Department of Public Health.

“The numbers are looking better but they still aren’t great.”

“Please wear your masks correctly. This will help to slow the spread of COVID-19.”

“Everything we are doing is separating, sanitizing, and now universal masking.”

Mayor Tommy Battle of Huntsville says business is still operating in Huntsville.

“Our offices are open. Operations may be altered but we are open for business.”

“25 days after the first case in Alabama we have 187 cases in Madison county.”

“We have to continue to do what we are doing.”

“I encourage people to wear masks. I have a mask and I wear it as well.”

“A lot of us are talking about fatigue. Doing this day after day after day will tire you. We cannot let our guard down."

“We are doing as much as we can to help the homeless in our community. We are working with STRIVE to help.”

“The most important thing we can do is to make our precautions the current normal.”

See the video above for Monday’s full remarks.

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