DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The Alabama Department of Public Health placed four Wiregrass counties back under high risk for COVID-19 infection, according to its weekly risk indicator.
The high-risk counties are Coffee, Geneva, Henry, and Barbour counties.
Coffee and Henry counties are still showing decreasing percentages for tests that are positive, with both counties below the state’s percentage of 7.3 percent. However, Geneva and Barbour counties are increasing, their percentages at 9.76 percent and 11.55 percent respectively.
Meanwhile, Houston and Dale counties have been deemed moderate-risk areas.