COVID-19 case, vaccine update: Feb. 11

Feb. 11, 2021 Cullman County COVID-19 update from Bama Tracker

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021 COVID-19 update from the Alabama Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Dashboard Hub

Case details

  • Total confirmed cases in AL: 374,746 (+1,145 since yesterday)
  • Probable cases in AL: 102,824 (+358 since yesterday)  
  • Total confirmed deaths in AL: 7,089 (+99 since yesterday)         
  • Probable deaths in AL: 1,932
  • Total confirmed cases in Cullman Co.: 5,970 (+6 since yesterday)
  • Probable cases in Cullman Co.: 2,803 (+4 since yesterday)
  • Total confirmed deaths in Cullman Co.: 108 (+1 since yesterday)
  • Probable deaths in Cullman Co.: 61
  • Total tested in Cullman Co.: 35,976
  • Total tested in the last 14 days in Cullman Co.: 3,141
  • Cases in the last 14 days in Cullman Co.: 289
  • Total tested in Alabama: 2,211,371
  • Cases in the last 14 days in Alabama: 26,037
  • Total tested in the last 14 days in Alabama: 208,436
  • Currently hospitalized in Alabama: 1,281
  • Cumulative no. of hospitalizations in Alabama (reported M-F): 43,906
  • Presumed recoveries in Alabama (reported weekly): 264,621


Vaccine details (updated Monday-Friday)

  • Doses delivered to Alabama: 993,715*
  • Doses delivered to Alabama providers: 900,550*
  • Doses administered: 553,003
  • Number of people receiving one or more doses: 438,081
  • Number of people who have completed vaccine series: 114,306
  • Doses delivered to federal Long-Term Care Program: 92,625*
  • Doses administered by the federal Long-Term Care Program: 59,032*

*ADPH: Will update when information from Federal Systems is available.

Alabamians in Phases 1a and 1b, as well as people older than 65, are eligible to receive a vaccine.  

View the Alabama COVID-19 Vaccination Allocation Plan at: 

Walmart and Sam’s Club Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines at 74 locations in Alabama through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program on Feb. 12, 2021. Eligible customers can schedule vaccine appointments at once appointments are available. Vaccines will be available to those who meet the current phase of vaccine eligibility in Alabama. The vaccine for this program is from a federal allotment and is not being taken from Alabama’s state allotment. Please note that the Walmart and Sam’s Club websites are currently having technical issues, and they are working to get them resolved.    

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine
Johnson & Johnson submitted an application to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, Feb. 4. A phase 3 trial of the vaccine showed an overall efficacy rate of 66% and 85% effectiveness overall in preventing severe illness from COVID-19. The trial demonstrated complete protection against COVID-19 related hospitalization and deaths. We anticipate the Johnson & Johnson vaccine being approved soon, joining the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine options. ADPH encourages the public not to vaccine shop, as all approved COVID-19 vaccines are excellent options.    

New information available on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard
The Alabama COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard ( has been updated to show how many people have received one or more doses and how many people have received both doses that complete the vaccine series. An Alabama Vaccine Report that includes demographic information for vaccine recipients is now available in the upper right corner of the dashboard. These reports are also available on our Data and Surveillance page in chronological order (

Be aware that vaccine shortages remain
Many county health departments are no longer offering first doses of COVID-19 vaccines and are currently administering only second doses to those people at highest risk and whose shots are already scheduled. This is due to the limited supply of vaccine. Please be patient and wait to schedule your own vaccination appointment if you have no underlying health issues or have limited contact with other people. Showing consideration for others will allow your neighbors who may be at higher risk to schedule their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Large-scale mass vaccination clinics in 8 Alabama locations
Eight large-scale mass vaccination clinics that started Monday continue throughout the state. Clinics are located in Anniston, Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Selma, and Tuscaloosa. The goal is for a total of 40,000 doses to be administered throughout the state at the clinics this week.  Some sites require preregistration, and not all sites may have availability. Additional information about each location is available here

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