After decreasing for nine-straight days, hospitalizations of patients with confirmed cases of Covid-19 at East Alabama Medical Center ticked up this week, an expected increase after the loosening of Stay at Home restrictions at the end of April.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued an amendment to the Safer at Home order that will allow a wide range of businesses to reopen with restrictions, including restaurants, bars, hair salons and gyms.
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East Alabama Medical Center is expecting a slight increase in the number of Covid-19 cases over the coming weeks as the state takes steps to ease off Stay at Home restrictions enacted earlier this month.
The number of new cases of Covid-19 in Lee County seem to be leveling off as EAMC officials express hope that it has reached its peak number of hospitalized cases.
Officials at East Alabama Medical Center are urging residents to stay vigilant over the coming weeks as cases of Covid-19 are expected to continue to rise in the Lee County community.
East Alabama Medical Center is encouraging Auburn residents to become "creative pantry chefs" and limit the number of trips to the grocery store only when it is absolutely essential for the next few weeks to help flatten the curve of the Covid-19 outbreak.
East Alabama Medical Center is pleading with everyone in the Auburn community to shelter in place at home, as efforts continue to "flatten the curve" of the Covid-19 outbreak and help save lives.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, local foundations and the Dream Center have joined together to provide aid to some of the most vulnerable members of the Auburn community.
After resisting calls to issue a Stay at Home order over the past week, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey relented on Friday, issuing a statewide Stay at Home order that goes into effect at 5 p.m. this afternoon in an effort to curb the outbreak of Covid-19 in the state.
Once it became apparent in mid-March that the Covid-19 pandemic would have a significant impact on the Auburn community, the Lee County Humane Society sprang into action, adjusting how it handles intakes and adoptions and also pushing to get as many animals at the shelter as possible into fo…
The health and safety of Alabamians is our top priority. To that end, the Alabama Department of Public Health, the Alabama Hospital Association, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, the Medical Association of the State of Alabama and Alabama Medicaid Agency are joining together to help sto…
The Covid-19 outbreak in the Auburn area turned deadly over the past week, with seven deaths confirmed in EAMC's service area since last Friday between Lee County (2) and Chambers County (4).
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a health order on Friday that closes down many non-essential business in the state as confirmed cases of Covid-19 continue to rise.
With the statewide prohibition of on-premise dining and restrictions on the size of gatherings, restaurants and retail stores in the Auburn area have been hit hard and responded by shifting their operations online, focusing on to-go orders, curb-side pickup and delivery.
The number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, Covid-19, continue to rise in Lee County as EAMC seeks more personal protective equipment for health care workers bracing for a continued surge of the pandemic in the Auburn area.
With the statewide prohibition of on-premise dining and restrictions on the size of gatherings, many restaurants in the Auburn area have shifted their operations online, focusing on to-go orders, curb-side pickup, delivery and online shopping.
The number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus Covid-19 continues to rise in Lee County as normal life and work has ground to an effective halt.
With the number of cases of Covid-19 increasing, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a statewide public health order on Thursday that places wide restrictions and prohibitions on businesses, as well as closing beaches.
East Alabama Medical Clinic has announced that it will enact a '"no visitor" policy with few exceptions starting Thursday morning after an eighth patient tested positive for COVID-19 in Lee County.
Lee County has joined the list of counties reporting a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, as national experts are recommending more restrictive guidelines to slow the spread of the virus and prevent hospitals from becoming overrun with patients.
Auburn residents will get a chance to ask questions about the city's planned construction project that will add a water transmission main and increase the capacity of the city's water supply by millions of gallons a day.
As the year comes to a close, so does the annual fundraising campaign for the United Way of Lee County — a nonprofit that funds more than 20 local organizations, like the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Lee County, Child Advocacy Center, East Alabama Services for the Elderly and Lee County L…
After more than 20 years as conductor of the East Alabama Civic Chorale, Jim Sikes is retiring and passing the conductor’s baton to Dale Peterson.
More than 25 nonprofit organizations in Lee County rely on funds from the United Way of Lee County — an organization that generates and applies resources to meet the needs of the local community — which kicked off its annual fundraising campaign late last week.
On Friday, the Auburn Downtown Merchants Association is hosting Come Home to the Corner for Lee County, an entertainment district event that will help give back to those impacted by the tornadoes on March 3.
Randy Price says he is enjoying his first session as a member of the Alabama State Senate, although he was exposed to some controversial issues in his first few weeks in the Legislature.
Local law enforcement officers will take to the roofs of area Krogers next Friday to support Special Olympics in the annual Cops on Top fundraising event.
A few slots remain for the Auburn Citizens' Public Safety Academy, a program that not only seeks to build greater involvement between the public and city, but also to inform residents of the scope of the work done by the Public Safety Department.
When Mark Whitaker participated in a phone call to the parents of Lori Ann Slesinski last year to tell them an arrest was made in their daughter's disappearance, it was the highlight of his career.
Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes announced today that his office has hired an investigator to focus on open, unsolved homicide cases in Lee County.
With influenza and influenza-like illnesses on the rise throughout much of the state—including locally —East Alabama Medical Center officials have made the decision to put visitor restrictions in place at both EAMC and EAMC-Lanier.
The Alabama State Parks Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will recognize special contributors to the parks with its prestigious Eagle Awards, to be presented Feb. 2.
The 4H History Seekers will once again present "Back in Time," a dinner theater event created to bring awareness to regional history and Alabama's Bicentennial, as well as to lend support and visibility to the Lee County Historical Society.
The Lee County Special Olympics flag football team will hit the field at Duck Samford Stadium on Sunday to defend its title over Tuscaloosa's team in the annual Special Olympics Iron Bowl.
With less than a week before the midterm election on Tuesday, 3rd U.S. Congressional District incumbent Mike Rogers, Republican, and Democrat Mallory Hagan are both working hard to get voters to the polls.
Alabama Sen. Tom Whatley, a Republican, is seeking re-election on Nov. 6 to continue representing District 27, which includes most of Auburn and parts of Lee County, as well as Russell and Tallapoosa counties.
Democratic candidate Nancy Carlton Bendinger wants to be a voice for everyone in Senate District 27, which includes parts of Lee, Russell and Tallapoosa counties.
A 47-year tradition will continue on Saturday when the Lee County Historical Society and the Town of Loachapoka host Pioneer Day, formerly known as Syrup Soppin' Day.
Auburn City Schools Board of Education president Tracie West wants to bring her experience in Auburn to the other counties in District 2 of the Alabama Board of Education.