From the Facebook page of Wildwood Deli....
TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS...
AS A SMALL FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED BUSINESS, WE HAVE MADE THE DECISION TO CLOSE WILDWOOD DELI FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE. THIS DECISION WAS A DIFFICULT ONE TO MAKE ON ONE HAND, ON THE OTHER IT WAS NOT - BECAUSE IT’S WHAT IS NECESSARY FOR THE GOOD OF OUR FAMILY.
WE WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE CURRENT SITUATION AND PLAN ACCORDINGLY AS FAR AS REOPENING.
OUR FAMILY APPRECIATES YOUR SUPPORT OF US AND OUR BUSINESS AND PRAY THAT ALL YOU ARE WELL AND CARING FOR EACH OTHER DURING THIS TIME.
THE FISHER FAMILY
Max, Rhonda, Matthew & Taylor
We look forward to seeing y’all soon! 💐
WE WILL REOPEN AS SOON AS THE CURRENT SITUATION HAS BEEN DEEMED SAFE FOR US TO DO SO - THIS IS NOT A PERMANENT CLOSURE! WE ARE PROTECTING HIGH RISK MEMBERS OF OUR FAMILY, OURSELVES AND OUR STAFF AND THEIR FAMILIES ALSO.
Statewide through April 6:
March 20, 2020
MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) on Friday issued an update to the statewide health order to aid in Alabama’s efforts to contain the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Effective today, all non-work related gatherings of 25 persons or more, or non-work related gatherings of any size that cannot maintain a consistent six-foot distance between persons, are prohibited. Employers shall take all reasonable steps to meet these standards for employees and customers.
The updated order also expands the availability of child day care in the state as long as certain guidelines are followed, and includes clarifying language regarding senior citizen centers and schools
The full order is below...
Through the work of the CVS Health Emergency Response & Resiliency Team and Infectious Disease Response Team, we continue to actively monitor the current international and domestic environment for coronavirus-related risks and prepare accordingly. Specifically, these teams are:
March 18, 2020
By Dacona Smith, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Walmart U.S.
Our associates have been nothing short of heroic in their commitment to serve customers, stock shelves as quickly as possible and keep their stores clean. When their communities needed them the most, our people have been at their best. Their efforts continue to be a tremendous source of pride for everyone at Walmart.
Over the weekend we adjusted our operating hours to help make it easier for associates to stock and perform enhanced cleaning and sanitizing. We’re pleased with the results we are seeing and will take additional steps beginning Thursday, March 19.
Via the Joe Wheeler State Park Facebook:
The lodge, cottages, cabins, restaurant, golf course and Elk River Group Lodge at Joe Wheeler State Park remain open and continue to serve our guests.
However, NO BUFFETS (INCLUDING PRIME RIB BUFFET, SEAFOOD BUFFET AND SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET) WILL BE SERVED AT DANIELLA'S RESTAURANT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. OUR STAFF WILL ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING BY SERVING AT 50% OCCUPANCY AND SEPARATING PARTIES A MINIMUM OF 6 FT APART.
WE ENCOURAGE GUEST UTILIZE TAKE OUT ORDERS BY CALLING 256-247-5461 EXT 326
Via the Whistle Hollow - Wedding & Event Venue Facebook:
Whistle Hollow & Endless Catering Clients,
We understand that the recent news and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 situation it is a very difficult time for all of us. We are all trying to do the best we can keeping our families together in lite of schools being out, all child care options canceled, and keeping our business together. With that being said:
Our Current Hours
Currently right now under the extreme circumstances and trying to help our current clients over the next 8 weeks re-schedule and post-pone events as they wish, we are working around the clock right to make this happen (all while having children with us).
So please we ask for your patience during this time as our response time is slower than normal. I promise...
Via Geezburger Facebook:
With all that is going on with the fear of contracting the CoVid19 virus in a social gathering... if you need to order food for pickup we will provide curbside service for you at this time. CALL US at Geezburger at 256-729-6455 to place your order..pay by phone (no contact with money) ..come pick it up (brought to your car sealed for your protection). Also, We are diligently making sure our restaurant is staying sanitized for your protection if you prefer to eat in... The best way to prevent the contraction of the virus is to wash your hands, especially the fingertips, after touching anything. TRY not to touch your face or eyes. Minimize personal contact. Stay safe and thank you for your patronage.
March 17, 2020
MONTGOMERY – Out of an abundance of caution, The Alabama Department of Public Health on Tuesday issued updated guidelines to aid in Alabama’s efforts to flatten the curve during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. For Jefferson and surrounding counties (Tuscaloosa, Walker, Blount, St. Clair and Shelby), ADPH recommends against gatherings of 25 persons or more where a six-foot distance cannot be maintained. Additionally, any restaurant, bar, brewery or Category 3 food service establishment shall not permit on-premises consumption of food or drink for one week. This order will be reevaluated at the end of one week. ADPH is also strongly encouraging other counties across the state to adhere to these same guidelines.
Governor Kay Ivey: “These measures taken by the Alabama Department of Public Health are out of an abundance of caution in order to contain the area where the most cases of the COVID-19 are present.
“Alabamians living in Jefferson County and its surrounding counties are currently the most vulnerable to contracting the Coronavirus. I ask that Alabamians who live in these counties adhere to these regulations and would urge the rest of our state to do so as well, in order to mitigate the impact of the virus.
“I am encouraged to see so many of our citizens voluntarily self-regulate by practicing social-distancing – choosing to be safe rather than sorry is always the smart move. We should not take precautionary measures for granted, but I encourage everyone to remember the old adage ‘this too shall pass.’ Adhering to smart protocol and practicing a little patience will pull us through this.”
State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris: “We need to do whatever it takes to ensure the safety of Alabamians and stop the spread of Coronavirus. The measures that have been taken in Jefferson County are an important step. We are taking similar actions in the surrounding counties and encouraging all counties throughout the state to follow suit.”
Dr. Scott Harris and the Alabama Department of Public Health will host a webcast press conference to give further details this morning at 10:00 a.m.
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Conservation Department Updates Operations During COVID-19 Pandemic
Most outdoor facilities remain open for recreation
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) is making the following temporary changes to its business operations for the safety of our employees and the general public. The changes are in effect until ...