State health officer, Doctor Scott Harris said it doesn’t matter which one, just get one. He said there is not enough vaccine to go around to be picky but wanted to reassure each vaccine offers some level of protection.
The first ever Women’s Safety Initiative is underway. On Wednesday, Feb. 24, the women worked as a team, along side the experts, to learn the American Heart Associations Heart Saver CPR, AED and obstructed airway training.
Severe Weather preparedness tax-free weekend begins Friday, February 26th. Certain emergency preparedness items will be exempt from the state’s 4-percent state sales tax, and in some cities and counties, local taxes are waived on those items.
As hundreds of Alabamians move through vaccine clinics sets up across the state, health officials are still worried about those who won’t take advantage of the available supply. Many African Americans living in Alabama are saying they don’t want the shot.
The Alabama House of Representatives on Wednesday advanced a bill that would make it a felony for doctors to treat transgender youth with hormonal therapy and puberty blockers to help their transition.
Each year, National Weather Service offices across the country host a series of SKYWARN courses during the spring and fall months. The courses are designed to teach people with varying backgrounds the fundamentals and necessary information about severe weather.