A North Alabama county is reactivating its mobile morgue units amid an explosion in
coronavirus case numbers.
Coroner Cody Nugent stated the reactivation comes during a”dramatic boost in the variety of positive cases, hospitalizations, and deaths as the outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic.”The Marshall County Coroner’s Workplace is charged with guaranteeing we have the capabilities and capacity to take care of those in our neighborhoods that have died as the result of this virus. Please continue to follow (Centers for Illness Control) and (Alabama Department of Public Health) guidelines,” Nugent’s workplace stated in a Facebook post.
With a population of simply under 100,000 Marshall County has been a c oronavirus hotspot almost given that the pandemic began. The county presently has 2,050 cases– placing it simply behind the far more populated counties of Jefferson, Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa and Madison.< p class="post __ paragraph post __ paragraph– left"id ="ZI5M2GDFUZFXZLXRNHQDN7M3ZI
“> Marshall County included 70 brand-new cases in the last day.