COVID-19 vaccinations are given on the 4th floor of the Tyler Center every Thursday and Friday. Thursday for Moderna and Friday for Pfizer.
We understand your health concerns regarding the vaccine, and want to give you reliable information so you can make an informed decision. Weekly, we go live on Facebook with doctors who face COVID-19 everyday. Tune in Wednesdays at 12:15 PM CDT to ask questions during the stream or watch our playback after the stream is complete.
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Most Recent COVID-Related News Links
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Of the 29 people who have died of COVID-19 in Calhoun County so far this month, 21 were unvaccinated, according to Dr. Almena Free, chief medical officer of Regional Medical Center in Anniston.
Kandi Williams is infection preventionist and nurse manager (Progressive Care Unit) at Regional Medical Center. She is also involved with the Vaccination Task Force as vaccine coordinator for RMC Anniston.
Starting Saturday, patients at Regional Medical Center and its sister hospital, Stringfellow Memorial, will be allowed two visitors at a time, RMC officials announced Friday.
Bridgette Magouirk is Director of Regional Medical Center Occupational Health, Wellness, Wellness Extension and Employee Health. She is also an instrumental person in our area’s response to the pandemic.
Dr. Benjamin Bailey has seen the same thing happen over and over: Someone will have tried to get the COVID-19 vaccine, failed and then caught the virus.
That’s why, Bailey said, it’s important for everyone to get the vaccine as soon as they possibly can.
“It went a lot better than last time,” Lee said. “I didn’t have to wait. Last time I was in line for four hours.”
The scene was orderly in part because everyone there was indeed getting a second shot — and was in fact guaranteed one if they had the first one in January. There was no need to jockey for a position in line with limited supplies.
In the first few weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers in Calhoun County sewed 100 cloth facemasks and delivered them to Regional Medical Center.
Louis Bass, chief executive officer of RMC, waved off any skeptics and accepted the masks graciously. And, yes, they did wind up on the faces of medical workers — not in the coronavirus unit, but at local testing sites.
AL.com External Article: 1,839 new Covid-19 cases added in Alabama; State Administered 100,000+ vaccines last week
Alabama added more than 1,800 new COVID-19 cases since yesterday. The Alabama Department of Public Health’s Jan. 25 10 a.m. numbers show the state has had 443,009 coronavirus cases since March, with 1,839 added since yesterday. The state also added 2 deaths to bring the total to 6,662.
AL.com External Article: Wanted: Volunteers to administer Alabama’s COVID vaccine
The Alabama Department of Public Health is looking for volunteers to help administer the COVID-19 vaccine. Whether nurses or physicians, the volunteers would primarily be used in vaccine clinics across the state, according to ADPH’s Dr. Karen Landers.