Coronavirus Overview

For general COVID-19 questions, call 1-800-270-7268 or email Telephone calls are answered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Interpreters are available. For frequently asked questions and to check your symptoms, visit the COVID-19 Information Hub at Also see our FAQ page.

Visit our Alabama COVID-19 Dashboard Hub which houses all four of our COVID-19 dashboards. Also visit our COVID-19 Table. For more on data and surveillance including our daily Case Characteristics, visit Data and Surveillance.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey issued a State of Emergency on August 13, 2021. Alabama is no longer under an emergency health order. The last Safer Apart Order (Spanish version) effective May 5 at 5 p.m. ended May 31, 2021. The previous state of emergency ended Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Also see: Governor Ivey Announces COVID-19 Public Health Order and State of Emergency to End from May 3, 2021.

The Office of the Governor has created graphics related to the last Safer Apart Order for businesses to print and share in their stores.

Mask Preferred
Mask Required for Service
Please Wear A Mask
Thank You for Wearing A Mask
Thank You Gradient
View all COVID-19 Related Emergency Orders of State Agencies

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is providing updated information and guidance on this website, as well as Facebook and Twitter, as it becomes available.

Our COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard and COVID-19 Table provides a list of testing sites. These facilities have reported to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) that they are collecting specimens for COVID-19. This lists and dashboard map may not reflect all collection sites in Alabama. Call the testing site for additional information before visiting.

Ages 5 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Alabama. Visit COVID-19 Vaccine for more information on getting vaccinated.

Download Best Practices for the Therapeutic Management of Non-Hospitalized Adults with COVID-19. For more treatment resources, visit Prevention and Treatment.

If given early to higher risk people, monoclonal antibody treatment has shown to reduce the amount of coronavirus in your body lessening symptoms and the likelihood you would need to be hospitalized. If you test positive for COVID-19 or are a close contact to a positive case, call your healthcare provider immediately to ask about treatment. Treatment must be provided within 10 days of exposure, symptom onset, or within 10 days of date tested if positive and asymptomatic.

If you are traveling within the United States or abroad, be sure you know the travel requirements for COVID-19.