Cases of COVID-19 continue to climb across the state, but the number of deaths appears to be stabilizing. Coahoma County reported its sixth death on June 21.
With massive testing ongoing across the state, Mississippi has now reported 28,770 cases of coronavirus and 1,092 deaths, with 10 deaths reported Friday.
I wrote my first non-coronavirus column last week and the community called to thank me.
I got three calls on Thursday thanking me for talking about marriage, getting married and staying married.
Sometimes you have to smile at serious subjects to hammer home a point.
While COVID-19 is still out there, Mississippi is reporting single digit fatality numbers for the third straight day Monday.
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported eight deaths due to coronavirus on Saturday, two on Sunday and four Monday.
Did we really just go from a global lockdown to global mass demonstrations in the streets? That’s quite a turnaround. So much for social distancing. You can’t keep young people cooped up for long.
Less than a half a percent of Coahoma County has contracted coronavirus over the past 79 days and the community reported three new cases Thursday.
The county has recorded 131 cases of the disease and 31 cases over the past 15 days after two weeks of intense testing around the county uncover more cases.
JONESTOWN—Gov. Tate Reeves has lifted restrictions allowing more businesses to open throughout the state of Mississippi, but with the amount of coronavirus cases in Jonestown, the town will still close at 8 p.m. daily.
Mayor Kenny Lester made the announcement during the city council meeting Monday.
Mississippi announced single-digit deaths due to coronavirus for the first time in over a month with nine death reported by the Mississippi State Health Department Friday.
The state has recorded 803 deaths since it started counting on March 12.