Happy Thursday, everyone. Let’s open with this nugget of positivity from Michael Casagrande, pun intended:
With a week left until classes begin at the University of Alabama System’s three campuses, the first numbers of COVID-19 reentry tests are available.
As of Wednesday morning, approximately 30,000 students had been tested either in person or through the mail-in kits. Of that group, 0.83 percent tested positive, a GuideSafe Entry Testing spokesperson told AL.com on Wednesday evening.
This is a great sign. Let’s hope outbreaks are held to a minimum.
Jeff Brohm laid out a calendar for a theoretical spring football season.