FOX10 News is learning new details about those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Mobile County, as health leaders announce a second person has died from the virus.
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Packed grocery stores are about to be a thing of the past in Mobile, at least while the coronavirus continues to spread.
A major change is about to hit Mobile grocery stores, pharmacies and pretty much every business that is still open.
The coronavirus pandemic is hitting home here in Southern Alabama with Mobile County now reporting its first death from the virus.
A new milestone as the growing coronavirus pandemic sweeps across Alabama.
MOBILE, Ala (WALA) – As Alabama health officials confirm its first death from COVID-19, more than a hundred new cases were also confirmed on W…
The most severe case of COVID-19 in Southern Alabama has left a man hospitalized for a week in Baldwin county.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, there is a real worry about a shelter in place order going into effect in Mobile and Southern Alabama.
Testing has been a problem in South Alabama. The official number of confirmed cases shows just four coronavirus cases in Mobile and Baldwin counties, but since testing has been so scarce, the question is what the real numbers are.
Mobile County health leaders are working to contain the coronavirus after the first positive case was announced Thursday afternoon.