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SEC Commissioner: Concern for 2020 season is “high to...
Steven Gagliano
July 11, 2020
With several key moves by individual conferences in recent days, the ground underneath the 2020 college football season has begun to shake. Following the Ivy League’s decision to push fall sports to the spring, the...
AMR: Hot, humid weather can cripple and kill
Bailey Martin
July 11, 2020
AMR paramedics are cautioning the public to remember:  Soaring temperatures and high humidity can kill.  One person in Mississippi died last month from heat illness.   Steve Peacock, operations manager for American Medical Response ambulance...
Rising COVID-19 numbers put a halt to non-urgent surgeries
J.T. Mitchell
July 10, 2020
State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs went to Twitter on Friday evening to make a big announcement regarding non-urgent surgeries. pic.twitter.com/JwRPi2odMp — thomas dobbs (@TCBPubHealth) July 10, 2020 Due to the rising COVID-19 numbers, the...
Mask requirements, additional guidelines to take effect in 13...
Steven Gagliano
July 10, 2020
Image courtesy of the office of Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves Thursday, Governor Tate Reeves announced the 13 hotspot counties that would be placed under additional social distancing guidelines in an attempt to limit the spread...
Update: Mississippi ABC will not temporarily suspend new orders
Steven Gagliano
July 10, 2020
Update:  After originally announcing a temporary suspension on all new liquor orders and special orders, the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control has decided to rethink their decision. “We have received numerous concerns from you, our partners, over this step...
MSDH reports over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases, 11 additional...
Steven Gagliano
July 10, 2020
The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting 1,031 new cases of COVID-19, the state’s second-highest one-day rise.  Today’s spike in new cases brings the state’s total up to 34,622. 1,215 Mississippians have passed away...
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