MSDH reports 238 new COVID-19 cases, 12 deaths

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The Mississippi Department of Health reported 238 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday. The new cases brought the state’s total cases to 16, 560. Most of those cases were in the 18-29 age range.

12 deaths were reported Thursday. A death in Lee and Webster counties was included in those numbers. There have been 794 total coronavirus deaths in total.

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Over 192,000 people have been tested for the virus in Mississippi.

Mississippi: (Total of reported cases since March 11, including long-term care facilities) 

  • Calhoun County
    • 67 cases (total)
    • 4 deaths (total)
  • Chickasaw County
    • 140 cases (total)
    • 14 deaths (total)
  • Choctaw County
    • 50 cases (total)
    • 2 death (total)
  • Clay County
    • 125 cases (total)
    • 4 deaths (total)
  • Itawamba County
    • 89 cases (total)
    • 7 deaths (total)
  • Lafayette County
    • 154 cases (total)
    • 4 deaths (total)
  • Lee County
    • 194 cases (total)
    • 8 deaths (total)
  • Lowndes County
    • 247 cases (total)
    • 9 deaths (total)
  • Monroe County
    • 269 cases (total)
    • 25 deaths (total)
  • Montgomery County
    • 84 cases (total)
    • 1 death (total)
  • Noxubee County
    • 193 cases (total)
    • 6 death (total)
  • Oktibbeha County
    • 273 cases (total)
    • 14 deaths (total)
  • Pontotoc County
    • 47 cases (total)
    • 3 deaths (total)
  • Prentiss County
    • 53 cases (total)
    • 3 death (total)
  • Tishomingo County
    • 36 cases (total)
    • 0 deaths (total)
  • Union County
    • 89 cases (total)
    • 7 deaths (total)
  • Webster County
    • 84 cases (total)
    • 4 death (total)
  • Winston County
    • 124 cases (total)
    • 1 death (total)
  • Yalobusha County
    • 104 cases (total)
    • 6 death (total)

Alabama: 

  • Lamar County
    • 28 confirmed cases
    • 0 deaths
  • Pickens County
    • 120 confirmed cases
    • 5 deaths

For a list of long-term care facilities in Mississippi with active outbreaks, click here. 

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