The number of COVID-19 cases in Alabama has gone down, but health leaders are cautiously optimistic.
Dr. Scott Harris said the state numbers are improving but that people should continue wearing masks and avoiding crowds.
Hospitalizations, daily cases and the percentage of positive tests in the state have dropped to similar rates as last summer and autumn. Harris said he thinks immunity from vaccinations and virus exposure may be a factor.
The number of deaths from the virus in Alabama set a record in January.