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COVID-19 in Alabama | How to get information and answers

Need information on the stay-at-home order, COVID-19 symptoms, unemployment help, or other issues? These resources can help.
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — There's a lot on information to process right now on COVID-19 and the issues around it.

We've put together a list of resources to help you get the information you need.

covid19.alabama.gov is an online resource to get you real-time, fact based answers on COVID-19 from local state, and federal partners.

UAB's Symptom Tracker can help you check your symptoms and helps track cases and "hot spots" across the state.

Have questions about the stay-at-home order? Call the new toll-free hotline at 1-800-232-8520 and speak to one of five special response teams.

Find help or get help during the coronavirus crisis at altogetheralabama.org.

Parents, need help while keeping kids at home and homeschooling, or just need someone to talk to? The Parenting Assistance Line is there for you.

Is your business impacted by the COVID-19 crisis? Click here for information about help.

Are you or your job impacted by the COVID-19 crisis? Click here for information about help.

Want to help people in need across the state? Click here.

Tennessee Valley charities also need help. To donate locally, click here.

Are you an artist affected by the COVID-19 crisis? Resources for artists of all types are here at artshuntsville.org.

Redstone Federal Credit Union is offering special loans and financial help for customers. Click here to learn more.

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