COVID-19: A word from the City of Cullman

Cullman Lions Club
Woody Jacobs (2016 file photo)

A word from the City of Cullman: “Cullman restaurants, bars, daycare operations and child care facilities are officially closed under a Statewide Public Health Order issued by Governor Kay Ivey.

“Mayor Woody Jacobs said the governor and Alabama Department of Public Health imposed the ban Wednesday in an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, and he says Cullman will enforce that mandate.

“No in-door dining or drinking is allowed at Cullman businesses, and Governor Ivey said no gatherings of more than 25 people permitted.

“The mayor said Cullman parks will remain open for walking and jogging, but said signs will be posted stating that playground equipment and ball courts may not be used by the public.

“Jacobs encouraged citizens to utilize restaurant carry out, drive through and delivery. People utilizing those services will need to keep the 6-foot separation distance.”