MSDH is Reporting 263 New Covid Cases, including Leake and Neshoba

The MSDH is reporting 263 new Covid-19 cases statewide today. Leake reports 367 cases and Neshoba reports 452 cases overall. Attala is still reporting 259 cases, Winston still reports 86 cases overall. 120,680 people have been tested overall in the state with 11,967 positive overall to date. 7,681 cases are presumed recovered.  
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MSDH Reporting 136 New Cases Statewide Including Leake, Neshoba, Winston

The MSDH is reporting 136 new Covid-19 cases statewide today. Leake reports 361 cases, Neshoba reports 423 cases, and Winston reports 83 cases overall. **Attala is reporting 248 cases, one less than yesterday. 115,767 people have been tested overall in the state with 11,432 positive overall to date. 7,681 cases are presumed recovered. **Pending clarification.
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LMSD Graduation Schedule

From the Louisville Municipal School District; Due to the increased number of COVID cases, governor’s orders, and thinking of safety of the children, families and community members first and foremost, they are postponing graduation dates to: June 23, 2020 Nanih Waiya June 25, 2020 Noxapater June 26, 2020 Louisville

234 New Covid Cases Today Including Attala, Leake, Neshoba, Winston

Regional Covid hotspots are reporting increase again today. Attala reports 205 cases, Leake reports 318 cases, Neshoba reports 326 cases, and Winston reports 67 cases overall. Attala, Leake, and Neshoba are still considered hot spots for the state as they continue reporting in top ten numbers per capita and overall. 234 new cases are reported overall today and 22 deaths. 96,426 tested overall in the state.

Reminder-Free Testing In Louisville Today

FREE testing continues today. UMMC and the MSDH are providing free drive-through Covid-19 testing today, May 12th, in Louisville at the Louisville Coliseum. The threshold for testing has lowered. "Anyone who has crossed paths with a Covid positive person or who is experiencing any symptoms can now get tested but you must pre-register," according to UMMC. To schedule an appointment register with the C Spire app, see link- https://www.umc.edu/CoronaVirus/COVID-19-Testing/Home.html or call 601-496-7200 if you do not have a... Read More.