It’s been three years since COVID-19 was discovered in Mississippi, with the first case being confirmed in Forrest County on March 11, 2020.
Since then, the state has amassed a total of 991,967 recorded cases and 13,385 deaths induced by the virus. In the MSDH’s latest weekly report, 1,211 new cases were recorded from March 7-March 13. Additionally, 15 more deaths were confirmed.
Mississippi is currently averaging 211 cases per day, which is a 41 percent decrease from two weeks ago, as 53 percent of the state’s population is fully vaccinated.
The full MSDH report can be viewed here.
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