Mississippi reports 13 new COVID-19 cases; total is now 34
The Mississippi State Department of Health updated the number of COVID-19 cases in the state to 34 on Wednesday morning.
The number is up from the 21 cases reported Thursday in Mississippi.
So far the state has tested 513 people for suspected COVID-19 and no deaths from the virus have been reported in Mississippi.
The 13 new cases include two from Bolivar, two from Coahoma, one in DeSoto, one in Hancock, three in Harrison, one in Madison, two in Pearl River and one in Perry counties.
So far no cases have been confirmed in Adams County.
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