A University of Mississippi Medical Center student has tested positive for COVID-19. According to UMMC, the student is currently in self-isolation at home.
"This doesn't alleviate any customer's responsibility to pay their bills, but prevents service shutoffs during this period," says Commissioner Brandon Presley.
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported four new cases of the coronavirus in Mississippi. The cases were identified in weekend testing.
Jackson State University confirmed a student tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The student is currently isolated at home.
We will continue coordinating our response efforts and prioritizing the health and well-being for all who call Mississippi home," said Governor Tate Reeves.
"We've told them if you feel safer at home, please stay at home, or if you need to come back and work you can," said Dinkins.
AT&T has agreed to waive data caps for home internet customers, however, that does not apply to mobile data caps.
With a national emergency declared because of the coronavirus, hospitals are stepping up their message to the public. There are four main points: 1. Don't panic....
The staff at the airport is monitoring the CDC for updates - and continuing to do their own jobs which includes sanitizing public areas.
In a press release, the Columbus Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau called the move necessary, citing concerns about the spread of the virus.