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More eligible for vaccines today Good news! Eligibility now includes people 55 and over, people 16 and older with high-risk medical conditions, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and more critical workers.
The qualifying medical conditions include cancer, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, smoking, obesity, sickle cell disease and heart conditions. Frontline workers now eligible include those employed transportation, waste and wastewater, food services and public safety. Also, the Alabama National Guard begins rural vaccine clinics tomorrow in multiple rural counties throughout the state.
But supporters of the plan say there is still hope to pass it or something like it in the two months that remain in the session, and the impending involvement of the governor as a vocal proponent could change the game completely.
We tried to get a lot of voices on the inside of the gambling issue: those who sponsored and supported the bill, those who voted against it, those who have perspective on how a House vote might go. Perhaps most notably, I spoke to Gov. Kay Ivey who appears eager to engage more in this debate during the second half of the legislative session.
Innovation bill filed Last week, legislation was introduced that is intended to boost entrepreneurship in the state. Sponsored by Rep. The Alabama Innovation Commission proposed the corporation as part of its interim recommendations on strategies that will help the state spur innovation and support talent attraction and retention. Austin visits Afghanistan U. With questions swirling about how long U. Teams from the National Weather Service in Mississippi found evidence of five less intense tornadoes in Simpson, Lincoln, Lamar, Copiah and Wayne counties, where an EF2 twister with winds of as much as mph ripped apart chicken houses and damaged homes.
There, an EF2 tornado with maximum winds of mph damaged and destroyed homes near Pools Crossro.
Storm surveys were continuing, and the weather service said additional tornadoes could be added to the tally. While forecasters had predicted the possibility of larger tornadoes that stayed on the ground for miles, the weather service said the storms were less intense because heavy rains kept temperatures from rising and providing more energy to the atmosphere.
Meanwhile, storms gathering out west could mean another round of severe weather later this week.
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