Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 14, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.14.21 COVID Daily Report

Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 11, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.11.21 COVID Daily Report

MCHD plans numerous COVID-19 vaccine events in the next week

June 11, 2021

MCHD plans numerous COVID-19 vaccine events in the next week

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team has more opportunities to get your vaccine shots coming up in the next week.

On Saturday, June 12, MCHD will offer COVID-19 vaccine at the Southeastern Hunting & Fishing Expo at the Mobile Convention Center’s South Exhibit Hall (1 South Water Street in Mobile) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. MCHD will offer both the first dose of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine (ages 12 and older) or the single-dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (ages 18 and older).

On Saturday, June 12, MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at Medal of Honor Park (1711 Hillcrest Road in Mobile) from 3 to 6 p.m. This will take place during the gospel music festival hosted by Gods Anointed Productions. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine (which has been approved for those 12 and older).

On Saturday, June 12, MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at Children’s Medical Group (610 Providence Park Drive, Suite 201) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine (which has been approved for those 12 and older).

On Thursday, June 15, MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at Vigor High School (913 North Wilson Avenue in Prichard) from 1 to 5 p.m. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine (which has been approved for those 12 and older).

On Thursday, June 15, and Friday, June 16, , MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at the Erich Heine Learning Center (4 Second Street in Calvert) from 2 to 7 p.m. The center is adjacent to the AM/NS steel plant. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine (which has been approved for those 12 and older).

On every Thursday, MCHD will offer Pfizer mRNA vaccine (which has been approved for those 12 and older) at the Occupational Health Center. This facility is located near the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley (2050 Michigan Avenue in Mobile). The vaccine clinic will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

On Friday, June 18, MCHD will conduct a Johnson & Johnson vaccine event at The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama (1009 Dauphin Street in Mobile) from 3 to 4:30 p.m. This one-dose vaccine has been approved for those 18 and older.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Those coming for their second-dose booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

The public can now get either the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (for those 18 and older), the Pfizer vaccine (for those 12 and older) or the Moderna vaccine (for those 18 and older) Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Newburn Health Center. The site is located at 248 Cox Street in Midtown Mobile, across from USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital. The facility is at the intersection of Saint Stephens Road. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, this will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

Along with offering vaccine, the Newburn staff is also providing walk-in rapid testing weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Testing is free to all ages. Results are provided within 15 to 30 minutes while you wait. No appointments are necessary.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine, MCHD is now offering first-dose and second-dose Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

MCHD also offers COVID-19 vaccine to homebound residents, their family members and/or their caregivers. Interested individuals can sign up for this service on the www.MCHDcares.com website. On the top line is a tab titled “Request In-Home Vaccination.” Once the form is completed, it will be sent to our COVID-19 Response Team for scheduling.

To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

 

Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 10, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.10.21 COVID Daily Report

Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 9, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.9.21 COVID Daily Report

MCHD Cannon Team salutes USS Mobile

June 10, 2021

MCHD Cannon Team salutes USS Mobile

MOBILE, Ala. — The City of Mobile wished “fair winds and following seas” to the USS Mobile (LCS 26) today as the ship departed for its homeport of San Diego, Calif. The Mobile County Health Department’s Cannon Team was present to render honors as the Independence-class littoral combat ship left its berth at Austal USA shipbuilding.

On February 21, 2020, the Cannon Team fired a volley to welcome the USS McFaul (DDG 74) as it arrived for Mardi Gras. City officials asked that MCHD return once again to Cooper Riverside Park to salute the U.S. Navy crew.

Despite a heavy downpour just as the ship was leaving, the MCHD Cannon Team managed to send the sailors off with a bang. Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson did the honors of firing the cannon.

In 2016, an initiative called “MCHD Declares War on Physical Inactivity” began. Dr. Bernard H. Eichold II, Health Officer for Mobile County, points out Alabama has one of the highest percentages of obesity in America. By using the cannon as a starting gun at races such as the Azalea Trail Run and Mobile Marathon, it encourages local residents to go outside and enjoy our beautiful surroundings while exercising.

The Lyle Line-Throwing Cannon, which has a 2.5-inch-diameter barrel, was manufactured in the early 1900s by Coston. It is not a replica, reproduction, or toy. The cannon was designed to fire a projectile attached to a rope to a “man overboard” victim.

A team of MCHD employees has been trained to safely use the device. Present today were Tommy Busby, James Currie, Jerry Folse, Edward Franklin, Veronica Mercadel, Alden Pendleton, Adrian Perdue, Adam Raymond, John Richardson, and Derrick Scott.

Any other groups interested in having the MCHD Cannon Team attend their event should contact the Office of Communications by calling 251-690-8823 or via email at mbryant@mchd.org.

Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 8, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.8.21 COVID Daily Report

MCHD now offers Johnson & Johnson vaccine at Newburn Health Center

June 8, 2021

MOBILE, Ala. — In an effort to better serve our community, the Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team is expanding its services at the Newburn Health Center.

Starting this week, the staff is offering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This one-dose vaccine is available to those 18 and older.

The public can now get either the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the Pfizer vaccine (for those 12 and older) or the Moderna vaccine (for those 18 and older) Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, this will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

The Newburn Health Center is located at 248 Cox Street in Midtown Mobile, across from USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital. The facility is at the intersection of Saint Stephens Road.

Along with offering vaccine, the Newburn staff is also providing walk-in rapid testing weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Testing is free to all ages. Results are provided within 15 to 30 minutes while you wait. No appointments are necessary.

PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED CLINICS COMING UP

On every Thursday, MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at Occupational Health Center (2050 Michigan Avenue in Mobile) from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This is near the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, which has been approved for those 12 and older.

On Thursday, June 15, MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at Vigor High School (913 North Wilson Avenue in Prichard) from 1 to 5 p.m. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, which has been approved for those 12 and older.

On Thursday, June 15, and Friday, June 16, , MCHD will conduct a vaccine event at the Erich Heine Learning Center (4 Second Street in Calvert) from 2 to 7 p.m. The center is adjacent to the AM/NS steel plant. This will offer the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, which has been approved for those 12 and older.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Those coming for their second-dose booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine, MCHD is now offering first-dose and second-dose Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

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To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

 

Characteristics of COVID-19 Patients for June 7, 2021

Please find attached the new patient characteristics data that is being compiled by the Mobile County Health Department. This will be produced Mondays through Fridays.

ADPH has a new Dashboard Hub that collates available COVID-19 data on vaccines, county risk indicator, cases and deaths, and K-12 school report.

https://alpublichealth.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=d84846411471404c83313bfe7ab2a367

Worldwide and United States COVID-19 case counts are available at https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

6.7.21 COVID Daily Report
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