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COVID-19 Resources

In these challenging times triggered by the novel coronavirus, the Alabama Department of Commerce wants you to stay informed. In collaboration with our state and federal partners, we have assembled a comprehensive list of resources related to the COVID-19 response to assist Alabama employers and workers. This page will be updated periodically, and important developments will be shared on the Made in Alabama web site and its social media channels.

Governor Kay Ivey has launched altogether.org, an online resource that will serve as an up-to-date hub of information for the state’s response to the coronavirus crisis. The site is the state’s official guide to COVID-19 relief efforts, to help empower those impacted by the outbreak and those who want to offer support.

Alabama Public Health Information

For COVID-19 testing sites and hours of operation, call the Alabama Department of Public Health’s 24-hour hotline at 1-888-264-2256

Visit ADPH’s Coronavirus website.

On July 29, Governor Ivey on issued her 15th supplemental emergency proclamation containing an amended “Safer at Home Order” that includes a statewide mask requirement. Individuals will be required to wear a mask or other facial covering when in public and in close contact with other people, as described in the order.

This amended order extends until Aug. 31, 2020 at 5 p.m. Read the order: Safer-at-Home-Order-Mask-Amendment-7.15.2020-FINAL 2

 

COVID-19 Information

The CDC offers comprehensive information for employers, health care workers and others on COVID-19 on its Coronavirus web page.

The World Health Organization has created a myth-busting web page to dispel some false impressions about COVID-19.

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