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Mississippi reports more COVID-19 cases Sunday

The Mississippi State Department of Health on Sunday reported 226 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 5 new deaths. Mississippi’s total of COVID-19 cases since March 11 now stands at 30,900, with 1,111 deaths.

Adams County recorded 1 new case and now has 311 total confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county 18 total deaths.

Adams County Coroner James Lee recorded another COVID-19 death on Saturday and if the MSDH confirms that death to be due to COVID-19 that would put the county’s death toll at 19.

Adams County Emergency Management Agency Director Robert Bradford said Adams County had 45 active COVID-19 cases on Thursday.

Statewide, 102 long-term care facilities have outbreaks as of Sunday.

More details of COVID-19 in the state, along with preventive steps to take against coronavirus, are online at http://HealthyMS.com/covid-19

The Mississippi Coronavirus Hotline is the best way to get your questions about COVID-19 answered. Call 877-978-6453 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week.

Cases and Deaths by County

Totals of all reported cases since March 11, including those in long-term care (LTC) facilities.

Detailed reporting of long-term care information will resume on Monday.

County Total Cases Total Deaths
Adams 311 18
Alcorn 69 2
Amite 91 2
Attala 360 23
Benton 36 0
Bolivar 334 14
Calhoun 130 4
Carroll 165 11
Chickasaw 277 18
Choctaw 74 4
Claiborne 274 10
Clarke 207 24
Clay 250 10
Coahoma 201 6
Copiah 602 15 *
Covington 356 5
Desoto 1594 16
Forrest 869 42
Franklin 45 2
George 88 3
Greene 105 8
Grenada 483 5
Hancock 128 13
Harrison 912 11
Hinds 2498 40
Holmes 553 41
Humphreys 147 9
Issaquena 9 1
Itawamba 135 8
Jackson 622 16
Jasper 262 6
Jefferson 107 3
Jefferson Davis 111 4
Jones 1124 49
Kemper 179 14
Lafayette 391 4
Lamar 458 7
Lauderdale 909 79
Lawrence 177 2
Leake 578 19
Lee 547 18
Leflore 487 51
Lincoln 460 34
Lowndes 483 13
Madison 1300 34
Marion 281 11
Marshall 232 3
Monroe 401 30
Montgomery 132 2
Neshoba 988 71
Newton 339 9
Noxubee 263 8
Oktibbeha 541 26
Panola 350 6
Pearl River 254 32
Perry 66 4
Pike 431 12
Pontotoc 286 6
Prentiss 108 3
Quitman 76 0
Rankin 934 12
Scott 771 15
Sharkey 37 0
Simpson 317 3
Smith 218 11
Stone 65 1
Sunflower 372 7
Tallahatchie 136 4
Tate 283 10
Tippah 130 11
Tishomingo 80 1
Tunica 100 3
Union 207 9
Walthall 199 5
Warren 515 18
Washington 584 9
Wayne 545 13
Webster 127 10
Wilkinson 94 9
Winston 261 6
Yalobusha 170 7
Yazoo 509 6
Total 30,900 1,111

 

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