COFFEE CO., Ala. (WDHN)—Coffee County EMA Director James Brown wants to “reduce” fear concerning
recent state health figures indicate several wiregrass counties are listed in the “high range” for COVID-19 transmission.

Brown says Coffee County has seen 39 new cases over the last seven days.
It’s an increase over the 5 or so a week the county has seen over the last month,
And has doubled about every week over the last month.

However, Brown says folks need to keep in mind this is 39 cases in a week out of
Almost 53-thousand residents.

Brown says there’s no indication that we will see the large numbers from last
January or February.

Brown reminds folks if they display symptoms to get tested for covid. And to
Make sure you are vaccinated against the virus.

Coffee County EMA Director James Brown wants to “reduce” fear concerning
recent state health figures indicate wiregrass
Counties are listed in “high range” for COVID-19 transmission.

Brown says Coffee County has seen 39 new cases over the last seven days.
It’s an increase over the 5 or so a week the county has seen over the last month,
and has doubled about every week over the last month.

However, Brown says folks need to keep in mind this is 39 cases in a week out of
Almost 53-thousand residents.

Brown says there’s no indication that we will see the “Large” numbers from last
January or February.

Brown reminds folks if they display symptoms to get tested for COVID, and to
make sure you are vaccinated against the virus.