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LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday and is experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms, Buckingham Palace said, adding that she still plans to carry on working. The diagnosis prompted concern and get-well wishes from across Britain's political spectrum for the famously stoic 95-year-old. more

The seven-day positivity coronavirus testing rate for Alabama and Walker County are now dramatically lower, possibly signaling a major receding of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state. 


While Walker County has now reached 400 deaths and 18,000 cases from COVID-19 since the 2020 start of the pandemic, its seven-day positive test rate has fallen below 30 percent, as has the state. 

BEIJING (AP) — Officially, the Beijing Olympics are taking place inside what organizers are calling "the enclosed compound activity area." That's a fancy way of saying "a closed … more
The seven-day moving positive rate of COVID-19 testing for both Walker County and Alabama seem to be falling in the right direction, going below 40 percent. more
The Walker County Commission approved a procedure Wednesday with COVID-19 federal funds that will allow it to replace lost income - and have more leeway to use for a wide array of its own needs, such as roads and buildings. more
Walker County had its first COVID-19 death of 2022 reported this week, and its seven-day moving positive rate of testing rose to be slightly higher than the state's rate on Wednesday. more

The Walker County Commission on Jan. 18 held off on action involving continuing a COVID-19 personnel policy that has taken place during the pandemic and ended Dec. 31.


Alabama's seven-day rate of positive testing for COVID-19 is now considered one of the highest in the nation, according to media reports, standing at 46.3 percent on Friday - and with Walker County standing at 44.8 percent positive that day.


Walker County's moving seven-day percentage of positive tests for COVID-19 has jumped much higher in recent days, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health's website. 

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