COVID-19 in Mississippi New Cases and Deaths as of May 26 NEW CASES 313 New COVID-19 positive tests reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday NEW DEATHS 18 New COVID-19 related deaths reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. yesterday Attala 1 Grenada 1 Harrison 1 Jones 1 Lauderdale 1 Leake 2 Leflore 3 Lincoln 1 Lowndes 1 Neshoba 1 Panola 1 Pearl River 1 Smith 1 Washington... Read More.
Surrounding Counties Update 5/21/20 Carroll County 113 cases, 9 total deaths, 45 LTC Facility cases, 7 LTC Facility deaths. Holmes County, 343 cases, 22 deaths, 72 LTC Facility cases, 11 LTC Facility deaths. Humphreys County, 50 cases, 6 deaths, 16 LTC Facility cases, 4 LTC Facility deaths. Leflore County, 211 cases, 25... Read More.
U.S. Senator Cindy-Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) who serves on the Senate Appropriations Committee, praised the U.S. Commerce Department allocation of $21.3 million dollars in federal fishery disaster relief funds to Mississippi. The funding is associated to devastation experienced by Gulf Coast fisheries following prolonged freshwater inundation into the Gulf of Mexico... Read More.
USDA Designates Thirteen Mississippi County as a Primary Natural Disaster Area Emergency Support to Producers in Surrounding Counties/Border State Also Available (Yazoo City, MS) (May 14, 2020) — Administrator Richard Fordyce designated thirteen (13) counties in the State of Mississippi as the primary natural disaster area. Producers in Attala, Calhoun, Clarke,... Read More.
COVID-19 in Mississippi Total Mississippi Cases and Deaths as of May 12 Daily totals as of 6 p.m. of all reported cases and deaths since March 12, 2020. •New cases reported today: 182 •New deaths reported today: 8 Counties reporting deaths today: County Deaths reported today Jasper 1 Leake 1 Leflore 1 Lincoln 1 Hinds 1 Lowndes 1 Madison 2 Oktibbeha... Read More.
The Mississippi Department of Revenue has announced that Mississippi has extended the date due for filing income tax returns and making first quarter and second quarter estimated payments to July 15. This come after consultation with Gov. Tate Reeves, Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann and the Speaker of the House... Read More.