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Sunday update: State reports 272 new virus cases, 11 new deaths

The Mississippi State Department of Health on Sunday reported 272 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 11 new deaths.

Attala, Jefferson Davis, Lauderdale, Lincoln, Neshoba, Rankin, Warren and Webster counties each had one new death and Jones County had three new deaths.

Mississippi’s total of COVID-19 cases since March 11 now stands at 15,501 with 734 deaths.

MSDH reports 137 long-term care facilities such as nursing homes in the state now have active outbreaks where an outbreak is defined as one or more cases among residents or staff.

There were 405 COVID-19 patients in Mississippi hospitals as of 6 p.m. Saturday.

On Sunday, MSDH reported Adam’s County has had a total of 199 confirmed virus cases and 15 virus-related deaths reported since March 11. Of those cases, 43 were residents of long-term care facilities in Adams County and 8 residents of long-term care facilities died with the disease.

More details of COVID-19 in the state, along with preventive steps to take against coronavirus and statewide testing locations, are online at http://HealthyMS.com/covid-19.

The Mississippi Coronavirus Hotline is the best way to get your questions about COVID-19 answered. Call 877-978-6453 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week.

 

Cases and Deaths by County

Totals of all reported cases since March 11, including those in long-term care (LTC) facilities.

County Total Cases Total Deaths Total LTC Facility Cases Total LTC Facility Deaths
Adams 199 15 43 8
Alcorn 17 1 0 0
Amite 64 1 12 1
Attala 298 17 80 14
Benton 14 0 1 0
Bolivar 162 11 17 4
Calhoun 65 4 23 4
Carroll 117 11 46 9
Chickasaw 135 12 34 8
Choctaw 43 2 0 0
Claiborne 110 2 8 1
Clarke 144 18 17 7
Clay 112 4 0 0
Coahoma 125 4 0 0
Copiah 312 4 0 0
Covington 164 2 1 0
Desoto 542 7 19 2
Forrest 564 38 88 27
Franklin 29 2 3 1
George 25 1 0 0
Greene 13 1 0 0
Grenada 94 3 14 2
Hancock 91 11 9 3
Harrison 258 7 3 2
Hinds 1006 25 81 13
Holmes 429 28 81 14
Humphreys 59 7 16 5
Itawamba 86 7 34 6
Jackson 308 13 40 4
Jasper 163 4 1 0
Jefferson 42 1 0 0
Jefferson Davis 77 3 4 1
Jones 629 28 88 15
Kemper 144 11 32 7
Lafayette 136 4 38 1
Lamar 238 5 5 2
Lauderdale 738 62 195 41
Lawrence 102 1 1 0
Leake 427 12 2 0
Lee 153 6 21 1
Leflore 264 31 90 18
Lincoln 263 29 86 22
Lowndes 211 9 19 5
Madison 724 23 101 12
Marion 114 9 15 2
Marshall 81 3 2 0
Monroe 257 25 92 22
Montgomery 85 1 0 0
Neshoba 646 39 69 21
Newton 270 4 5 0
Noxubee 186 6 14 3
Oktibbeha 239 12 47 9
Panola 71 3 0 0
Pearl River 209 31 45 11
Perry 50 3 0 0
Pike 203 11 15 6
Pontotoc 35 3 3 1
Prentiss 53 3 22 3
Quitman 33 0 0 0
Rankin 439 8 7 0
Scott 644 12 13 2
Sharkey 7 0 0 0
Simpson 98 0 5 0
Smith 152 11 33 7
Stone 30 0 0 0
Sunflower 84 3 0 0
Tallahatchie 27 1 0 0
Tate 94 1 2 0
Tippah 73 11 0 0
Tishomingo 32 0 1 0
Tunica 55 3 12 2
Union 82 5 20 4
Walthall 56 0 0 0
Warren 173 10 37 7
Washington 178 7 8 1
Wayne 204 1 2 0
Webster 69 2 18 1
Wilkinson 85 9 5 2
Winston 117 1 0 0
Yalobusha 93 5 27 5
Yazoo 281 4 11 2
Total 15,501 734 1,883 371

Long-Term Care Facility Cases and Deaths by Race

Long-term care (LTC) facilities like nursing homes are considered high risk locations because their residents are older or in poor health. Even one case of COVID-19 in these facilities among residents or employees is considered an outbreak. We investigate residents, staff and close contacts of infected individuals for possible exposure. (Long-term care facilities include nursing homes, intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities, personal care homes, assisted living facilities, long-term acute care facilities, and psychiatric or chemical dependency residential treatment centers.)

Mississippi Cases and Deaths Tables

Mississippi COVID-19 Map and Charts

Data Overviews as of May 30

Our state case map and other data charts are also available in interactive form.

The charts below are based on available data at the time of publication. Charts do not include cases where insufficient details of the case are known.

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