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City of Vicksburg COVID-19 proclamation for April 27 to May 11, 2020 – full text

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PROCLAMATION THAT A CIVIL EMERGENCY EXISTS IN THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI DUE TO THE SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE, MEASURES SUCH AS SHELTER IN PLACE, A CURFEW, CLOSURE OF NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND LIMITATIONS ON GATHERINGS ARE HEREBY ORDERED BEGINNING AT 8:00 A.M. ON MONDAY APRIL 27, 2020, UNTIL 8:00 A.M. ON MAY 11, 2020

WHEREAS, pursuant to §§45-17-1 through 45-17-13, and §33-15-17 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, the Mayor is authorized to proclaim that a Civil Emergency exists defined as any natural disaster or man-made calamity resulting in the death or injury of persons to such an extent that extraordinary measures must be taken to protect the public health, safety and welfare; and

WHEREAS, §21-19-3 gives municipalities the authority to make regulations to prevent the spreading of contagious or infectious diseases and to make quarantine laws for that purpose; and

WHEREAS, §33-15-17 authorizes the Mayor to control or restrict egress, ingress and movement within the local emergency area necessary to facilitate the protection of life and property; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to these laws, the Mayor is authorized to issue such orders as he deems necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens  of Vicksburg, Mississippi; and

WHEREAS, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that has spread across this nation is a worldwide pandemic and as of April 16, 2020, the Mississippi Department of Health has reported 3,624 positive confirmed cases and 129 deaths in Mississippi, 1 of which was in Warren County; and

WHEREAS, extraordinary measures related to the spread of the Coronavirus are necessary for the health, safety, welfare and good order to protect the public and a Proclamation was issued effective March 23, 2020 at Noon to employ certain measures which were intended to minimize the spread of the COVID-19; and

WHEREAS, on March 29, 2020, an amendment to previous proclamations policies and procedures for employees were adopted; and

WHEREAS, on April 2, 2020, a Proclamation was issued to require Shelter In Place, established a curfew and required closure of non-essential business and established regulations for other businesses and is set to expire on April 20, 2020; and

WHEREAS, in an effort to eliminate further spread of COVID-19, it is necessary to further decrease interaction in public spaces and non-essential businesses and extend portions of the April 2, 2020 Proclamation until May 11, 2020.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE FLAGGS, JR., MAYOR OF THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME PURSUANT TO §§45-17-1 THROUGH 45-17-13; §21-19-3 and § 33-15-17 OF THE MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, AS AMENDED, HEREBY ISSUE THIS PROCLAMATION THAT A CIVIL EMERGENCY EXISTS IN THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI DUE TO THE SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND IN THE INTEREST OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE, DO HEREBY ORDER THE FOLLOWING MEASURES UNITL 8:00 A.M. ON MAY 11, 2020 UNLESS MODIFIED, EXTENDED OR REPEALED BY SUBSEQUESNT PROCLAMATION:

FOR THE PUBLIC:

  1. Safer at Home -All individuals currently living in the City of Vicksburg are encouraged to stay at home or in their place of residence except as allowed by this Proclamation. Individuals using outdoor space when outside of their homes or residences shall maintain social distancing. There shall not be gatherings of more than 10 persons at a residence unless the persons live This includes a prohibition against house parties, barbeques and other social gatherings of more than 10 persons at a residence. Individuals may leave their residences for the following activities: ·
    1. To engage in activities or perform tasks necessary to their health and safety, or the health and safety of their family or household members (including pets) or the health and safety of those persons who are unable or should not leave their
    2. To obtain necessary food, services or supplies for themselves and members of their household needed to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of the residence, or to deliver those goods or services to those persons who are unable no or should not leave their home.
    3. To engage in individual outdoor activity and recreation (not group recreation or activities such as soccer or basketball games).
    4. To perform work providing essential products and services at businesses allowed to remain open or to carry out activities permitted in this
  1. CURFEW- A general curfew will be in place from 11:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. Persons should not be on the public street or in any public place unless it is for traveling to or from work, or for medical personnel in the performance of their duties, or to a business that is open such as a gas station or grocery store. First Responders and law enforcement are exempt from this curfew.
  2. JUVENILE CURFEW- Additionally, in order to preserve the resources of the Vicksburg Police Department, to keep good order and to decrease gatherings, a curfew will be in place for juveniles 17 and under from 7:30 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Juveniles should not be on the public streets during this time unless the juvenile is traveling to or from work or with a parent or responsible guardian.
  3. Social Distancing – Social distancing should be enforced throughout the city­ persons should stay at least 6 feet away from others to the extent Additionally, persons are encouraged to wear a mask or other face covering while in public.
  4. Anyone 65 years or older, or anyone with underlying medical conditions, should not be in or near gatherings of over 10 people and are encouraged to shelter in place.
  5. Persons shall not visit hospitals, nursing homes and retirement homes or long­ term care facilities unless to provide critical assistance, to visit residents receiving imminent end-of-life care, or as otherwise directed by the healthcare facility, provided in the professional opinion of the supervising physician or other supervising healthcare professional at such facility that such visits can be accomplished without unreasonable risk to staff or other residents of such facilities. In lieu of in-person visits, electronic visits are encouraged.
  6. Gatherings – Unless otherwise allowed herein, there shall not be gatherings of more than 10 persons at any gathering for business or social activity.
  7. Religious Services: Places of worship are encouraged to limit attendees to ten (10) persons or less. All persons present are encouraged to wear masks. Additionally, it is recommended that a list of all attendees be kept. At all times, social distancing and sanitizing or washing hands should be practiced. Curbside church or communion services where attendees remain in their vehicles are encouraged along with live-stream, online broadcast or other social media platforms for viewing services.
  8. Funeral Services – During this emergency, funeral services are recommended to be held outside at grave side with a limit of 25 persons, and social distancing should be practiced. Alternatively, funerals are recommended to be on the property of a funeral home. Funeral services held inside shall be limited to 10 persons, and social distancing should be practiced. Additionally, it is recommended that a list of all attendees be kept. Regardless of the location, all funeral services shall be at 11:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. through May 11, 2020. There shall not be any repast or other meal following the funeral with more than 10 persons.
  9. Restaurants and private clubs – Restaurants and private clubs shall be limited to pick-up, curbside service, delivery, or drive-through services for food, but shall close any dine-in or outside seating area available to the public. There shall not be more than 10 employees and 10 customers inside (waiting to pick-up) the abovementioned businesses at any one time. These establishments must close by 11:00 p.m. and remain closed until 5:00 a.m. Employees are encouraged to wear a mask and gloves to the extent possible.
  10. Bars and Nightclubs – Bars and nightclubs that sell food shall be limited to pick-up, curbside service, delivery, or drive-through services for food, but shall close any dine-in or outside seating area available to the public. The sale of alcoholic beverages shall follow the “doggie bag” rule or other regulations as set forth by the Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Revenue. There shall not be more than 10 employees and 10 customers inside (waiting to pick-up) the abovementioned businesses at any one time. These establishments must close by 11:00 p.m. and remain closed until 5:00 a.m. Employees are encouraged to wear a mask and gloves to the extent possible.
  11. Liquor stores -Liquor Stores shall have no more than 10 persons, including employees, inside at any one time. Employees are encouraged to wear a mask and gloves to the extent possible.
  12. Cigar shops: Cigar shops shall have no more than 10 persons, including employees, inside at one time and shall not have any seating available to the public inside or outside. Employees are encouraged to wear a mask and gloves to the extent possible.
  13. Retail and convenience stores – Retail and convenience stores shall adopt reasonable measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including but not limited to , limiting the number of customers in their stores at one time to no greater than 50% of store capacity in order to ensure compliance with social distancing protocols, and frequent cleaning of high-contact surfaces (such as retail counters, door handles, credit card machines). Retail businesses and convenience stores are encouraged to make hand sanitizer available to their customers upon entry of their stores. Strict social distancing protocols should be enforced (maintaining a distance of 6 feet between individuals and no gatherings in groups of 10 or more.) All employees are encouraged to wear masks.
  14. For any City of Vicksburg public meetings, Zoning Board of Appeals, Board of Architectural Review, code enforcement hearings, or public gatherings in a city building, there will be no more than 10 people in the room and social distancing shall be practiced. For meetings of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the Mayor will determine which 10 people will be permitted to be present, giving priority to Division Heads and the Deputy City Clerk. A Vicksburg Police Officer will escort people in and out as needed. Alternate viewing options include online streaming, VTV channels, and the City of Vicksburg training room (no more than 10 people). This policy will be re-evaluated on or before May 11,
  15. Permitted Travel – Individuals engaged in travel must adhere to the CDC and the Mississippi Department of Health recommendations and guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including social distancing and aggressive hygiene including frequent handwashing, and use of sanitizer. Permitted travel includes the following:
    1. Travel to and from work
    2. Travel to and from grocery stores, pharmacies, medical and dental clinics, other retail allowed to remain open,
    3. Travel to care for elderly, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities, or other vulnerable persons including to obtain COVID-19 testing for such individuals
    4. Travel to or from educational institutions including public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities, and other educational institutions for purposes of receiving materials for distance learning, for receiving meals, and other education related purposes
    5. Travel to or from their place of residence
    6. Travel required by law enforcement
    7. Travel for health and safety reasons not specifically mentioned herein
  1. The following categories of businesses are deemed to be non-essential and must temporarily close until May 11, 2020, in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. This will be re-evaluated on or before May 11, 2020:
    • All places of amusement and recreation, whether indoor or outdoor
    • Theaters
    • Gyms
    • Barbers and beauty salons
    • Massage, nail and day spas or salons
    • Sporting and concert venues
    • Bars (except for the sale of food)
    • Nightclubs (except for the sale of food)
    • Tattoo parlors
    • tanning salons
    • convention centers
    • community centers
    • parks
    • dance studios
    • children’s party & play facilities
    • social clubs
    • museums
    • pet grooming services
  1. All other businesses not specifically mentioned herein should require social distancing from its employees and patrons and follow the environmental cleaning and hygiene guidelines from the CDC. Employees are encouraged to wear a mask and gloves to the extent possible.
  2. Except for the Vicksburg Police Department which will remain open to the public, entrances to City buildings where the public normally conducts business shall be closed until May 4, 2020, with the understanding that the public can still contact and perform business with City officials and essential employees via telephone, e-mail, drive-through (where available), and written communication during this period of time. In the event someone needs to conduct face-to-face business with a city department, it is recommended that they call the number listed herein and posted on the door of that city building in order to be admitted:

City Hall – 601-634-4553
Community Development- 601-634-4528
Animal control- 601-636-6982
Cemetery- 601-634-4513
Auditorium – closed
Convention center – closed
Robert M. Walker Building – 601-631-3710
Purchasing Department- 601-634-4550
Recreation – closed
Airport- 601-636-4925
Senior Center – closed until June 1, 2020
Water & Gas – drive-through only

  1. Violations of this EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION will be subject to misdemeanor prosecution pursuant to Sec. 45-17-9 of the Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended, Sec. 33-15-7 and Sec. 1-9 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Vicksburg, including a fine of up to $1,000.00 and 90 days in jail.

FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF VICKSBURG:

  1. All employees are expected to report for work at their regularly scheduled time unless any COVID-19 symptoms or confirmed cases affect them or their household or they have a school-aged child that is out of school. Prior to reporting to work, each employee should have had a temperature check between April 14 and April 16 by City
  2. Except for sworn police officers and fire department and EMS first responders who are compensated on an hourly basis, all employees will be compensated at their regular rate of

Sworn Police officers and Fire Department/ EMS first responders who are compensated on an hourly basis will continue to be paid hazard duty pay which is time and a half for hours worked paid at the regular hourly rate. All police and fire/EMS personnel should take proper precautions, such as wearing a mask and gloves, when making physical contact with the public.

  1. Gloves and masks will be made available for all employees. Employees are encouraged to wear them. Employees should not share headsets or any equipment that is close to the nose or mouth. Employees should clean and disinfect all common office areas and equipment. Employees should maintain 6 feet from any other person and practice social distancing as work duties permit in the
  2. Every city-owned restroom will be checked for sufficient amounts of soap and/or hand sanitizer, and paper towels each hour of the workday until May 11, 2020. This policy will be re-evaluated on or before May 11,
  3. The City of Vicksburg Senior Center will remain closed until June 1, 2020. The closure will be re-evaluated on or before June 1,
  4. The City of Vicksburg is suspending water and gas customer disconnects as required by the Mississippi Public Service Commission. The City will follow the guidelines of the MPSC which currently prohibit disconnects until May 14,
  5. All City-funded employee travel for any distance is suspended, unless deemed necessary by the Mayor, until May 11, 2020. The city-funded travel suspension policy will be re-evaluated on or before May 11,
  6. Any city employee, or family member within their household, who comes in contact with a person confirmed to have the virus is to immediately report it to the City of Vicksburg Safety Director Steve Williams (601.738.0029) or the Human Resources Department (601.631.3710). This policy will be re-evaluated on or before May 11, 2020. Additionally, any city employee who travels outside of Warren County, Mississippi must contact Steve Williams or HR prior to returning to
  7. Should an employee become ill at work, the employee should immediately notify his/her supervisor and the safety director and go home immediately. Surfaces in the employee’s workspace should be cleaned and disinfected. Information on persons who had contact with the ill employee during the time the employee had symptoms and two (2) days prior to symptoms should be complied. Others at the workplace who had close contact with the employee -within 6 feet- would be considered exposed and must wear a face mask while working for 14 days.
  8. The City of Vicksburg is relaxing its dress code policy to provide for the comfort of its employees until May 11, 2020. This policy will be re­ evaluated on or before May 11,
  9. If an employee is deemed to be vulnerable to the COVID-19 because the employee is over 65 years of age or has an underlying medical condition and HR concurs, that employee may use available personal leave or sick leave and shelter in place.

 

THIS PROCLAMATION SHALL BE IN EFFECT BEGINNING FRIDAY APRIL 27, 2020 AT 8:00 A.M. AND SHALL CONTINUE UNTIL 8:00 A.M. ON MAY 11·, 2020 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED HEREIN OR EXTENDED, MODIFIED OR REPEALED BY A SUBSEQUENT PROCLAMATION.

THIS EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION SHALL BE PLACED IN THE CITY OF VICKSBURG MINUTES AND REVIEWED EVERY THIRTY (30) DAYS AS REQUIRED BYLAW. THIS PROCLAMATION REPLACES AND SUPERSEDES PREVIOUS PROCLAMATIONS

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New COVID-19 cases in the U.S. approach July’s one-day record; 795 new cases in Mississippi

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Thursday, the U.S. saw its second highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a single day since the crisis began, with  76,195 new cases reported. The one-day record high of 77,299 new cases occurred July 16, according to a Reuters analysis.

U.S. Health Secretary Alex Azar attributed the increase in cases to behavior of individuals, saying household gatherings have become a “major vector of disease spread.”

Deaths in the U.S. have also increased, with the seven-day average of 785, up 13% in the last week.

“We’re in a very serious moment right now,” Azar said.

Currently in the U.S., more than 8.4 million cumulative COVID-19 cases have been confirmed, and 223,087 Americans have died since the beginning of the outbreak, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. leads the world in numbers of infections and deaths, although new surges are being reported worldwide.

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported seven new COVID-19 cases Friday in Warren County and no new deaths. The cumulative number of cases in Warren County to date is 1,543, and the county’s death toll is 55.

Statewide, MSDH reported 795 new COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total cumulative confirmed cases in Mississippi to 113,876. The seven-day average of new cases is 660, higher by 183 cases from a month ago.

Most new cases are seen in younger people recently, and they are more likely to survive the virus than those 65 and older. By far, the age group reporting the most cases in Mississippi are young people from 18 to 29 years old.

MSDH reported Friday that seven additional Mississippians died of COVID-19 statewide. The cumulative number of deaths in the state is 3,238. The state’s rate of deaths to confirmed cases is about 2.8%.

Deaths are a lagging indicator. While July saw the highest number of new cases since the crisis began, August saw the highest number of deaths. The highest number of deaths in any one day was 67 reported Aug. 25.

The seven deaths MSDH reported Friday occurred between Oct. 17 and Oct. 21 in the following counties:

County Deaths reported Friday
Clarke 1
Hancock 1
Hinds 1
Marshall 2
Panola 1
Tippah 1

New cases and deaths were reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22. MSDH usually reports statistics on the COVID-19 coronavirus each day based on the previous day’s testing and death reports.

The primary metric concerning state health officials are the numbers of people hospitalized, and that number rose steadily with the rise of new cases in July and August. On June 6, the number of Mississippians hospitalized with confirmed cases of COVID-19 was at 358. Hospitalizations nearly tripled by late July. They leveled off in early August and began noticeably dropping in the middle of the month including critical cases and numbers of people requiring ventilators. Hospitalizations continued to drop in September but levelled off at the middle of the month. They dropped again through Oct. 3; however, hospitalizations have been rising since then.

The number of Mississippians hospitalized for the virus as of 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, is 695, more than half of the late July peak of about 1,200. The number includes 599 with confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 96 people with suspected but unconfirmed cases. Of those with confirmed infections, 157 were critically ill and in intensive care units and 68 were on ventilators.

Source: MSDH

MSDH has estimated the number of people who can be presumed recovered from COVID-19 in Mississippi. That number is 97,675 through Sunday, Oct. 11. This figure is updated weekly. It represents about 85.8% of the cumulative 113,876 cases reported Friday, Oct. 23.

The number of cases in Warren County three weeks ago, Friday, Oct. 2, was 1,425, therefore the estimated number of people presumed recovered in the county is 1,370, or about 88.9% of the 1,543 cumulative cases reported as of Friday, Oct. 23. The county has an estimated 118 active cases.

These estimates are based on MSDH’s guidelines for calculating estimated recoveries when hospitalizations are not known, using the number of cases 21 days ago, less known outcomes (deaths).

The total number of Mississippians tested for COVID-19 (PCR and antigen tests identifying current infections) as of Friday, Oct. 10, is 900,479 or about 30.3% of the state’s 2.976 million residents. Mississippi’s positivity rate (positive results to tests, seven-day average) was 16.6% Thursday according to Johns Hopkins University. The national rate is 5.7%, and 5% or lower indicates adequate testing.

The total number of outbreaks in long-term care facilities was 130 Friday. About 40.2%, or 1,301, of the state’s total deaths were people in long-term care facilities.

A total of 26 deaths in Warren County were residents of LTC facilities.

MSDH is no longer reporting outbreaks in individual long-term care facilities in Mississippi and has replaced it with access to a database from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. You can access and search the data here. The latest data available is for the week ending Oct. 11.

For additional information, visit the MSDH website.

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Mississippi Rental Assistance grant applications being accepted

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Applications for the Mississippi Rental Assistance Grant Program are being accepted by the Mississippi Development Authority as of Thursday.

The program is designed for landlords with tenants who have fallen behind on rent due to COVID-19. The program will cover rent going back to March for tenants who have been unable to pay because they lost their job or have reduced income due to COVID-19.

Landlords are eligible for up to $30,000 and must credit grant funds to their tenants’ past due rents. Renters cannot apply directly for this program and should contact their landlords about applying on their behalf. Both small and large landlords can apply for the program.

Landlords should visit www.mississippi.org/mrap to learn more about the program and apply. The application deadline is Nov. 15.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise with increased cases

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Mississippi is seeing a steady rise in hospitalizations for confirmed and suspected cases of COVID-19. The rise is consistent with the rise in new cases. The Magnolia State is among numerous other U.S. states that are seeing a rise in cases. Daily new cases in the U.S. are now averaging more than 60,000, a 32% increase in the past two weeks. Major new outbreaks have been reported in the rural Midwest and Rocky Mountain states.

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported four new COVID-19 cases Thursday in Warren County and no new deaths. The cumulative number of cases in Warren County to date is 1,536, and the county’s death toll is 55.

Statewide, MSDH reported 958 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total cumulative confirmed cases in Mississippi to 113,081. The seven-day average of new cases is 706, higher by 206 cases from a month ago.

Most new cases are seen in younger people recently, and they are more likely to survive the virus than those 65 and older. By far, the age group reporting the most cases in Mississippi are young people from 18 to 29 years old.

MSDH reported Thursday that eight additional Mississippians died of COVID-19 statewide. The cumulative number of deaths in the state is 3,231. The state’s rate of deaths to confirmed cases is about 2.9%.

Deaths are a lagging indicator. While July saw the highest number of new cases since the crisis began, August saw the highest number of deaths. The highest number of deaths in any one day was 67 reported Aug. 25.

The eights deaths MSDH reported Thursday occurred between Oct. 18 and Oct. 21 in the following counties:

County Deaths reported Thursday
Benton 1
Chickasaw 1
Covington 1
Desoto 1
Jackson 1
Lafayette 1
Lincoln 1
Marshall 1

New cases and deaths were reported to MSDH as of 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21. MSDH usually reports statistics on the COVID-19 coronavirus each day based on the previous day’s testing and death reports.

The primary metric concerning state health officials are the numbers of people hospitalized, and that number rose steadily with the rise of new cases in July and August. On June 6, the number of Mississippians hospitalized with confirmed cases of COVID-19 was at 358. Hospitalizations nearly tripled by late July. They leveled off in early August and began noticeably dropping in the middle of the month including critical cases and numbers of people requiring ventilators. Hospitalizations continued to drop in September but levelled off at the middle of the month. They dropped again through Oct. 3; however, hospitalizations have been rising since then.

The number of Mississippians hospitalized for the virus as of 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, is 711, more than half of the late July peak of about 1,200. The number includes 605 with confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 106 people with suspected but unconfirmed cases. Of those with confirmed infections, 151 were critically ill and in intensive care units and 73 were on ventilators.

Source: MSDH

MSDH has estimated the number of people who can be presumed recovered from COVID-19 in Mississippi. That number is 97,675 through Sunday, Oct. 11. This figure is updated weekly. It represents about 86.4% of the cumulative 113,081 cases reported Thursday, Oct. 22.

The number of cases in Warren County three weeks ago, Thursday, Oct. 1, was 1,423, therefore the estimated number of people presumed recovered in the county is 1,368, or about 89% of the 1,536 cumulative cases reported as of Thursday, Oct. 22. The county has an estimated 113 active cases.

These estimates are based on MSDH’s guidelines for calculating estimated recoveries when hospitalizations are not known, using the number of cases 21 days ago, less known outcomes (deaths).

The total number of Mississippians tested for COVID-19 (PCR and antigen tests identifying current infections) as of Thursday, Oct. 10, is 900,479 or about 30.3% of the state’s 2.976 million residents. Mississippi’s positivity rate (positive results to tests, seven-day average) was 17.6% Wednesday according to Johns Hopkins University. The national rate is 5.6%, and 5% or lower indicates adequate testing.

The total number of outbreaks in long-term care facilities was 126 Tuesday. About 40.2%, or 1,298, of the state’s total deaths were people in long-term care facilities.

A total of 26 deaths in Warren County were residents of LTC facilities.

MSDH is no longer reporting outbreaks in individual long-term care facilities in Mississippi and has replaced it with access to a database from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. You can access and search the data here. The latest data available is for the week ending Oct. 11.

For additional information, visit the MSDH website.

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