Written by Warren Matthews

COVID-19 Testing Sites

The Mississippi State Department of Health and the University of Mississippi Medical Center will be operating FREE COVID-19 testing sites, by appointment only, one in Clarksdale / Friday, March 27. You must be screened for #coronavirus symptoms before receiving an appointment. Full details: https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/23,21908,341.html

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COVID-19 Conference

We are resilient and we are prepared in Clarksdale/Coahoma County. Continue to do the following: • Exercise social distancing • Wash hands thoroughly • Convene no more than 10 people at any given time including funerals, churches,worship services, and weddings etc. •restaurants: Simply get carry out and or delivery Those that have the ability to […]

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A Message From Mayor Chuck Espy on COVID-19

As of Wednesday, March 18, there are two confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Coahoma County. We will provide additional updates after 2:00pm CDT. As a reminder, continue to • maintain social distance • wash your hands • limit gatherings of 10 people or more #togetherwestandCE 🙏🏽

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COVID-19 New Cases

This morning MSDH is reporting 13 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi in eight counties. Counties with their first #coronavirus cases are Bolivar, DeSoto, Madison and Perry. The state total now stands at 34, with 513 individuals tested. With the increase of COVID-19 cases across the state, preventive actions become more important for everyone. Avoid large gatherings, […]

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Coronavirus Safety Tips!

“We are taking action now, ahead of any confirmed cases to make sure that we are ready for any potential scenario,”—Governor Tate Reeves Information from the CDC   Prevention steps for People with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 (including persons under investigation) who do not need to be hospitalized and People with confirmed COVID-19 who were […]

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