As officials from both the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the Southeastern Conference (SEC) continue to punt regarding a decision on the 2020 football season, the University of Mississippi’s athletics director Keith Carter joined Tuesday’s episode of SportsTalk Mississippi to talk about the looming decision. ACC presidents and chancellors are set to meet this Wednesday, … Continue reading “Ole Miss AD talks probability of 2020 football season”
Former GOP gubernatorial candidate Robert Foster joined The Gallo Show this morning to share his views on the executive mandates being made in regard to the widespread outbreak of COVID-19. Not only does Foster believe the 20-person restriction on outside gatherings to be “problematic,” he believes people “are way overreacting” to the pandemic. To find out why … Continue reading “Former gov. candidate: gov’t is lying about COVID-19”
Yesterday, State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs announced that 41 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed within the Mississippi Legislature, and today, Speaker of the House Philip Gunn joined The Gallo Show to talk about the outbreak within the capitol. Hear Gunn talk not only about the coronavirus but about the upcoming school year below.
President of the Mississippi Hospital Association (MHA) Tim Moore made an appearance on today’s episode of The Gallo Show in order to provide an update on where the state’s hospitals currently stand. According to the most recent numbers, Mississippi is now 5th per capita in COVID-19 cases, and over 800 patients are currently hospitalized across the state … Continue reading “Hospital update from MHA President Tim Moore”
As COVID-19 numbers continue to surge in Mississippi, State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs called into the studio today to talk about the ongoing pandemic. From the efficiency of hydroxychloroquine to how he thinks Mississippians are responding to the fatal disease, check out what all Dobbs had to say below.
Today, the namesake of The JT Show, JT Williamson, called in to not only provide an update on his personal health but to express his view on the worsening COVID-19 numbers. Watch the video below to hear what all JT had to say.
According to Stacey Pickering, the executive director of Veteran Affairs, three of the four veterans nursing homes in the state remain COVID free. “Three of our facilities in Collins, Jackson, and Oxford remain COVID free,” he said on today’s episode of The Gallo Show. “From day one, not a single veteran in those homes have … Continue reading “Pickering: 3 of 4 veterans nursing homes remain COVID free”
Last week, the Neshoba County Fair Association announced that the 2020 version of ‘Mississippi’s Giant Houseparty’ has been cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Representative Scott Bounds, who is on the fair board in his free time away from the capitol, joined today’s episode of The Gallo Show to make a few clarifications on … Continue reading “Bounds clarifies on state of Neshoba County Fair”
As the number of cases of COVID-19 continues to increase in the state of Mississippi, Dr. LouAnn Woodward, who is the dean of the School of Medicine at UMMC, understands that the reopening of the economy is inevitable, however, people need to stay smart. “I think what we saw yesterday in the spike in cases … Continue reading “UMMC’s Woodward: COVID-19 spike caused by Memorial Day”
If you have a loved one currently in a nursing home, you are probably worried about their health and safety amid the ongoing pandemic. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) recently released a list of questions to ask the nursing home. Has anyone in the nursing home tested positive for COVID-19? What is the … Continue reading “Six questions to ask the nursing home”
As of yesterday, the state of Mississippi has seen 13,731 cases of COVID-19 with 652 deaths induced by the virus. State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs joined The Gallo Show this morning to stress the fact that the pandemic has not ended, so people need to stop acting like it has. “We are still in … Continue reading “State Health Officer: now is not the time to relax”
Yesterday, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) announced that they have distributed 2.25 million masks across the state. “There’s been a lot of work that’s been done,” MEMA Executive Director Greg Michel said. “We’ve come a long way over the last 60 days on this effort, and I’m so proud of the folks I’ve been … Continue reading “MEMA has distributed 2.25 million masks”