Angela South, daughter of Rosemary Taylor, works from home in Madison. Taylor said she's learning to use Zoom for Sunday school, Bible study and calls with friends and family to stay connected. Photo by Rosemary Taylor Credit: Rosemary Taylor

Once the coronavirus reached Mississippi, officials began to take steps to slow the spread of the virus – urging social distancing, limiting public gatherings, closing schools and nonessential businesses – culminating in Gov. Tate Reeves’ shelter-in-place order.

Mississippians are adapting to a new reality. Here, readers share images showing how they are dealing with social distancing and quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic. View a slideshow of submitted photos below.

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