For the 1.75 million truck drivers — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — who move the nation’s commercial and industrial goods, working from home isn’t an option. And on the road, they are meeting with some of the same changes to daily life many Americans are encountering. 

Rudy Rooks, Heflin’s mayor, told the council Tuesday evening that the plan is fluid and subject to change depending on unforeseen and changing circumstances related to the viral outbreak.

Dudley Miller, a Calhoun County deputy coroner, said they’ve drawn their plan from suggestions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Alabama and National Funeral Directors Association and the Occupational Safety and Health Association.

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