The Woolworth bar in Birmingham has also been criticized for its second apology after the first was deemed inadequate.
The state's daily case count on Sunday follows more than 800 daily new infections reported for three consecutive days.
Other states, including Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Oklahoma and North Carolina, also reported record numbers of new cases this week.
The plaques will be removed from their spots at Gorgas Library on the campus of the Univerity of Alabama and placed in a "more appropriate historical setting," according to a Monday statement from the university.
A video of the attack released online and a bodycam video tell two very different versions of the same story.
The threat sparked fears that white supremacists could target protests over the death of George Floyd.
"We should not give Davis, a traitor and racist who lived in our state for less than a year, his own state holiday," Alabama State Representative Chris England wrote Thursday.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has demanded that the city of Birmingham pay a $25,000 fine for removing a Confederate statue in violation of a 2017 law aimed at preventing its removal.
Sgt. Stephen Williams had worked with the Moody Police Department for the past three years.
The state attorney general said Monday in a statement that the city will be fined $25,000 should the statue be removed.
"I understand the frustration and the anger that you have. Allow me to finish the job for you," Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin told the crowd,
The Mississippi Department of Health reported a new single-day high in cases with 418, topping a previous high of 404 on May 8.
As all 50 states take steps to reopen, public health experts have urged the country to continue following social distancing guidelines.
John Owen Compton is alleged to have committed a similar offense against same sheriff when he worked at different force.
"Jeff, you had your chance & you blew it," the president tweeted Saturday.
Trump has felt ire for Sessions ever since March 2, 2017 when Sessions recused himself from the Department of Justice's investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
The state just experienced its second-highest ever day of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases on May 21 as the state continues to gradually reopen.
Michael Ray James, who is running for election in Sylacauga, proposed hanging for people convicted of dealing three times to highlight "scourge" of drugs in city.
Governor Kay Ivey criticized lawmakers' proposal to use Alabama's CARES Act funding for construction of a new State House last week.
The protests come as Governor Kay Ivey's phased reopening plan has sparked controversy and criticism among Alabama residents.
Governor Kay Ivey released Alabama's reopening plan on Tuesday, which outlined a two-week period of regulated activity after the state's stay-at-home order expires on April 30.
The girl was found uninjured when she was found at Weil Wreck Service in Birmingham. She was taken into child protective services.
Melanie Nicole Chambers, 39, was arrested after officers arrived at her home and found a party with up to 50 people in attendance, police said.
During the wide-ranging coronavirus stay-at-home orders, many have lost their homes and around 750,000 customers are left without power across 10 states.
"We've got to take this order dead serious; otherwise, the fact is more people will end up dying," said Governor Kay Ivey.
The majority of U.S. states have now implemented stay-at-home-orders, but Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina and Utah have yet to do so.
An "emergency operations plan" in Alabama could restrict ventilator access for people suffering from a number of different medical conditions, such as dementia and severe cancer, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the virus which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19.
"The Foundation believes that the Framers of the Fourteenth Amendment did not intend for it to protect a right to same-sex marriage," the briefing said.