Pike County deemed ‘high risk’

As more than 40 Troy University students have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) showed Pike County as one of only four counties deemed “very high risk” for community spread.  “It’s based on the fact that we’ve had a consistent amount of cases each day for 14 days,” said Herb Reeves, Pike County EMA director and Troy dean of students. According to the ADPH, the risk factor is determined by the number of days a county has a downward trend of cases each day. “They’re…

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