‘Like Noah, telling folks it’s going to rain:’ Mobile officials urge vaccination
By Lawrence Specker | firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical and governmental leaders in Mobile renewed their call Tuesday for people to accept vaccination against COVID-19, though governmental officials stopped short of supporting a new mask mandate.
An early afternhttps://www.al.com/news/mobile/2021/08/like-noah-telling-folks-its-going-to-rain-mobile-officials-urge-vaccination.htmlhttps://www.al.com/news/mobile/2021/08/like-noah-telling-folks-its-going-to-rain-mobile-officials-urge-vaccination.htmloon press conference included representatives of the Medical Society of Mobile County, USA Health and Mobile Infirmary, in addition to Mobile County Commissioner Merceria Ludgood and Mayor Sandy Stimpson. One strong message from the medical side: Mobile’s four hospitals are at capacity thanks to the fast-spreading Delta variant of the disease.
Mobile and Baldwin counties have some of the highest COVID numbers in the state. Most related hospitalizations involve unvaccinated patients.