U.S. Alabama Coronavirus Rules Alabama Governor Kay Ivey issued a statewide stay-at-home order over the weekend. Last Updated 03/20/2020 11:43 AM Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Act): What does it mean for employers? Alabama’s stay-at-home order will expire on April 30 at 5 p.m., and a “safer at home” order will take effect at that time. On Friday, May 8, 2020, the Supreme Court of Alabama entered an Order that the Alabama State Bar follow public health restrictions and take necessary precautions during the administration of the July 2020 Alabama Bar Exam on July 28-29, 2020. Get more information on the Alabama Department of Labor’s COVID-19 web page. Workers can file for benefits online or by calling 1-866-234-5382. Alabama Department of Finance. Moore calls new House rules “gross abuse of power” ... 11/11 Notice: The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) recently began a review process for a large number of deaths from our Alabama Center for Health Statistics (ACHS). This may result in additional death numbers which are historic and do not reflect recent mortality due to COVID-19. If you an Alabama Small Business, Non-Profit, or Faith-Based Organization seeking information about relief funds, click here for more information. Statements & Policies | Alabama.gov | Alabama Directory | Alabama Media Alabama Department of Public Health | Montgomery, AL | … The Alabama Department of Labor has announced that Alabama workers who are not able to work due to COVID-19 are eligible to file for unemployment benefits. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, just under 43,000 people in Alabama have received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine as of this Monday. The Act was signed into law on … Healthcare workers are slated to get the first available COVID-19 vaccine doses in Alabama, but with about 300,000 healthcare workers and only about 41,000 doses of … Starting Monday, the restriction on houses of worship holding gatherings with more than 10 people will be lifted, clearing the way for in-person worship services to resume. Here's how states have changed the rules around voting amid the coronavirus pandemic Nine states plus D.C. will send mail-in ballots to active registered voters. The “safer at home” order will expire on May 15. (Online filing is encouraged.)