COVID-19 Cases Continue to Climb Statewide, 10 in Tuscaloosa County
The Alabama Department of Public Health has identified 76 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in 24 hours.
Latest: 10 COVID-19 Cases in Tuscaloosa County, 242 Statewide
Cases in Jefferson County climbed to 91 Tuesday. Lee County is home to 26 cases, Shelby County to 27 and Madison County to 21.
Mercedes Plant to Host Blood Drive to Assist Critically Low DCH System
MBUSI will host LifeSouth in the Vance plant’s Admin 1 parking lot from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday and aim to collect donations from up to 30 donors per hour.
ADPH Confirms 167 COVID-19 Cases in Alabama, 7 in Tuscaloosa County
Jefferson County leads the state with 79 confirmed cases of the virus. Lee County, Madison County and Shelby County all have 17 confirmed cases.
Tuscaloosa Mercedes Plant to Stop Production for Two Weeks, Resume April 6th
In a memo reportedly distributed within the MBUSI Vance plant, a spokesperson explains that the plant will shut down from March 23rd until April 6th.
Alabama COVID-19 Cases Rise to 77, Still 4 in Tuscaloosa County
The highly contagious virus has yet to claim any lives in the Yellowhammer State, and Tuscaloosa County remained at four confirmed cases in the new report.
Amid COVID Concerns, Shop Local and Stay #tuscaloosastrong
As so many of our small, local businesses are impacted by the spread of COVID-19, they are relying on area residents who are healthy and able to continue to patronize them in whatever way current mandates allow.
Mayor Walt Maddox to Join Town Hall Broadcast Thursday Afternoon
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox will call in to the Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Town Hall broadcast to be aired on all eight of our live and local stations at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Fourth COVID-19 Case Confirmed in Tuscaloosa County, 68 Now Statewide
A fourth patient in Tuscaloosa County has tested positive for COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus.
UA Goes Online-Only, Cancels Graduation for Spring Semester
As concerns about the spread of COVID-19 continue to grow, the University of Alabama has called off all person-to-person and on-site classes for the spring semester and canceled all graduation ceremonies.