COVID-19 Updates and Information7/27/2021 2:10PM
Since the pandemic started, there have been 1,287 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clay County, Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health. We will try to keep you updated when statistics are received from the ADPH.
Clay County Healthcare Authority is committed to ensuring that the community is aware of COVID-19 updates and information. We are constantly in contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Alabama Department of Public Health which are the most reliable sources of information available to us. The physicians and staff at Clay County Healthcare Authority are proud to serve the community and are prepared to provide care for you and your loved ones as the need arises.
Our hospital has taken every precaution to provide for the safety of our patients and our staff. If someone tests positive, check with your primary care physician in order to receive the anti-body infusion. This treatment is simply receiving an IV infusion for approximately 2-3 hours as an outpatient.
Our employees understand the precautions that must be taken in terms of isolating patients, limiting visitors and wearing protective clothing. The most important things you can do to prevent the virus from spreading are to stay home, practice social distancing and wear a face mask if you have to go out into the public, frequently wash your hands, and don't get close to people who are sick.