After some early problems, Mississippi has improved from 50th in the nation to the mid- to high 30s in getting its residents vaccinated.
Oh, what memories Drew Brees leaves us. He is a first-ballot, should-be-unanimous Hall of Famer. He would retire as the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yardage.
Highlighting unrest in Washington and reported threats to state capitols, we discuss the odd start to 2021 for the state’s elected officials.
Since the pandemic hit in full force in March, socially conservative Mississippi has led the nation in terms of growth of liquor sales.
Gov. Reeves also extended the requirement that masks be worn statewide on school grounds and limits on crowd sizes at various gatherings.
The CDC’s Sept 4 eviction moratorium caused at least one unintended consequence: Most renters were then no longer deemed at a great enough risk of homelessness to qualify for the only rental assistance program available at the time.
Demand is greater than supply.
The state health department said it received additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, which will be go towards already booked appointments. The department also anticipates new appointments will be available the week of Jan. 25.
READ: State Health Department announces all of its vaccine appointments are booked
January’s deaths through the first 14 days of the month make up 10% of the state’s total COVID deaths of the pandemic.
The Mississippi Department of Health announced Wednesday that all of its COVID vaccination appointments are booked, but it hopes to receive additional shipments next month.
Donald Trump joins Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton and himself on Mount Impeachmore.
A $1,000 teacher pay raise is moving forward in the Mississippi State Senate.
All three of Mississippi’s House Republicans voted not to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday on the charge of “incitement of insurrection.”