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Breaking down COVID-19 case data in Mobile and Baldwin counties

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WE BEGIN WITH THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC WHEN IT COMES TO COVID-19 IN MOBILE AND BALDWIN — IT REALLY IS A TALE OF TWO COUNTIES BALDWIN'S NUMBERS STILL LOW

DESPITE THOUSANDS OF BEACH-VISITORS MOBILE STILL WITH THE SECOND HIGHEST NUMBER OF CASES IN ALABAMA NEWS 5'S BRIANNA HOLLIS IS LIVE IN DOWNTOWN MOBILE — SHE'S BEEN LOOKING THROUGH THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT DATA ALL DAY MOBILE COUNTY'S RATE OF INFECTION IS MORE THAN THREE TIMES HIGHER THAN BALDWIN COUNTY'S INFECTION RATE AND THAT'S DESPITE MORE PEOPLE HITTING BALDWIN'S BEACHES AS WE HEAD FURTHER INTO SUMMERTIME 7: I think nationally, we've all been concerned of a second wave THE BALDWIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY CONTINUES TO TREAT COVID-19

THE WAY THEY TREAT IMMIMENT STORMS take super – ZACH HOOD/BALDWIN EMA DIRECTOR: What that will look like, when it would come, even if it comes – it's not even it's not clear HIGH NUMBERS OF PEOPLE COMING OUT FOR MEMORIAL DAY AND OTHER EVENTS

PROMPTED SOME CONCERN ABOUT A CORONAVIRUS SPIKE IN BALDWIN — BUT THE NUMBERS ARE SHOWING SOMETHING ELSE DROP SUPER, USING GRAPH THE TOP LINE ON THIS GRAPH SHOWS MOBILE COUNTY CASES

THE BOTTOM — BALDWIN COUNTY WHILE THEY BOTH EBB AND FLOW BALDWIN'S HAS STAYED CONSISTENTLY LOW

THE HIGHEST DAILY NUMBER OF CASES IN THE LAST TWO WEEKS ONLY AT 13 ADD SUPER It appears that we think COVID-19 is over

one MOBILE COUNTY COMMISSIONER — CONCERNED ABOUT THE CURRENT CLIMATE SURROUNDING COVID- 19 TAKE SUPER -merceria ludgood/ MOBILE COUNTY COMMISSIONER: that it's done what it's going to do and it's moved on – that couldn't be farther from the truth ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BAY — EMA DIRECTOR ZACH HOOD PLUGGED THE HAND- WASHING

THE 6-FEET APART 6: We're tired of hearing that – I know everyone is tired of hearing those terms BUT HE — AND OTHER LOCAL HEALTH LEADERS WANT TO MAKE THE POINT — THAT THERE'S STILL WORK TO DO At this point and time, we need to be very very cautious about personal responsibility GOVERNOR KAY IVEY'S CURRENT SAFER AT HOME ORDER EXPIRES JULY 3 REPORTING LIVE IN DOWNTOWN MOBILE, BRIANNA HOLLIS, WKRG NEWS 5

A BUS DRIVER IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY FLORIDA HAS TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 NOW, FOR THE NEXT TWO

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