Alan Collins, WBRC FOX6 News

Alan Collins

WBRC FOX6 News

Birmingham, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Alan:

Possibility of herd immunity in Alabama by late spring

Today a UAB epidemiologist said Alabama could be close to herd immunity by early spring but there is an important word of caution. → Read More

Bruno Event Team now staffing COVID-19 vaccine hotline in Jefferson County

The call center was made up with mostly volunteers who some say were overwhelmed by the huge demand. → Read More

First day for drive-thru COVID vaccinations at Parker High School

Thursday was the first day Parker High School hosted a mass drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site. About 200 hundred people were expected to get shots. For the most part it went well, but there were some problems. → Read More

ADPH: Alabama’s vaccination sites doing well

As of Tuesday, the vaccination process is getting high marks. People are getting in and out fairly smoothly. → Read More

Vaccines for Wal-Mart pharmacies

A million extra doses of vaccines are going out to various pharmacies. In Alabama, it will be Wal-Mart pharmacies. → Read More

Concerns over better transportation for Parker HS COVID vaccination site

Some people are voicing concerns about adequate transportation to Parker High School to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines shipping directly to pharmacies

President Biden’s administration announced Tuesday they will be sending vaccine supplies directly to pharmacies. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines shipping directly to pharmacies

President Biden’s administration announced Tuesday they will be sending vaccine supplies directly to pharmacies. → Read More

Hoover Met opens for drive-thru COVID vaccinations, Parker High School site not ready yet

Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccinations started Tuesday in the parking lot of the Hoover Met. UAB hopes to vaccinate more than 800 people Tuesday and possibly 1,000 a day the rest of this week. → Read More

Indiana family survive tornado hitting Hampton Inn in Fultodale

The family could hear high winds and rain so they moved to the bottom floor for protection. → Read More

Vaccination update for Alabama: Vaccines increasing but still ranked low on distribution

The CDC ranked Alabama third from the bottom in vaccine distribution. → Read More

ADPH addresses COVID-19 vaccine frustrations and delays

The Alabama State Health Officer understands a lot of people are frustrated about getting in line to get their vaccination against COVID-19. → Read More

It’s been one year since first COVID-19 case in the U.S.

One year ago on January 20, 2020, the very first case of COVID-19 was discovered in the United States in Washington. → Read More

UAB looking to start mass COVID-19 vaccination sites in Jefferson County

Jefferson County could see the opening of a mass COVID-19 vaccination site later this week. → Read More

ADPH disputes CDC vaccine ranking

Alabama Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said there was a reporting problem. Some vaccination records were kicked out by computers. The health department’s IT workers have been working on correcting the information all week. → Read More

ADPH disputes CDC vaccine ranking

Alabama Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said there was a reporting problem. Some vaccination records were kicked out by computers. The health department’s IT workers have been working on correcting the information all week. → Read More

Ivey responds as ADPH overwhelmed by phone calls about COVID-19 vaccination

The Alabama Department of Public Health continues to be overwhelmed with phone calls of people trying to sign up for vaccinations. → Read More

Jefferson County plans to expand vaccinations

The Alabama Department of Public Health plans to expand its vaccinations January 18th. → Read More

JCDH call center for COVID-19 vaccine receives 3,300 calls in first week

The call center will provide information to the public regarding COVID-19 vaccines, and assist with coordinating vaccination efforts for critical populations in Jefferson County. → Read More

Capitol Police chief resigning after mob attack

Chief Steven Sund said Thursday that police had planned for a free speech demonstration and did not expect the violent attack. He said it was unlike anything he’d experienced in his 30 years in law enforcement. → Read More