NBC: Staying home after Hurricane Sally may have helped slow spread of COVID-19, officials say


Amongst all the havoc that Hurrican Sally has wreaked last week, there is some good news. The public health department in Mobile County (Alabama)  has reported a decrease in COVID-19 cases which they believe the hurricane may have played a role in. Dr. Scott Chavers with the Mobile County Health Department believes that as a result of people sheltering in places because of the hurricane, the opportunities to transmit were low. However, he continues to urge citizens of Mobile County to continue remaining vigilant and practice social distancing. To read more, click here.

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