COVID-19 precautions

Randolph County has been deemed a "Very High Risk" county for coronavirus infection by the Alabama Department of Public Health.

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has issued a color-coded system to alert residents of their risk of exposure to the coronavirus, and Randolph County has been deemed a “Very High Risk” county.

What that means, according to ADPH, is that “the number of cases is staying the same or is increasing” in our county based on a rolling three-day average of cases.

The breakdown of the different risk levels can be found and tracked by clicking this link.

Please refer to the illustration adjoining this article for recommendations of precautions you can take when in a Very High Risk county.

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