Welcome to Mississippi Today's COVID-19 Resource Portal:
We at Mississippi Today want to give our readers the resources needed to navigate the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19. Please use and share the resources on this page to become better informed Mississippians.
This page includes all of Mississippi Today's coverage of the coronavirus in Mississippi, a map of confirmed cases across the state and a timeline of what's happened so far. You can also access resources such as a map of places offering free breakfast and lunch for children 18 and under, information from the Mississippi Department of Health and even coloring sheets drawn by Marshall Ramsey that take you on a tour around the state.
On the day that the state announced 397 new COVID-19 cases protesters gathered at the Capitol to protest shelter-at-home orders and to support the state's open carry law.
Read the latest blog entry from Marshall Ramsey as he shares his cartoons and insights plus valuable resources to help you navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 landscape in Mississippi.
Follow the confirmed cases:
Hover over the counties on our interactive map of Mississippi to view current COVID-19 cases by county:
View all of our COVID-19 interactive charts:
View interactive charts describing the trends around the coronavirus in Mississippi.
Follow the locations of schools, churches and community centers offering free breakfast and lunch for children 18 and under:
Mississippi Today reporters continue to compile and answer readers' most pressing questions about coronavirus in Mississippi.
Since COVID-19 hit Mississippi, unemployment claims have spiked across the state. Each Thursday Mississippi Today will publish data updates on state's unemployment claims.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, Gov. Tate Reeves has issued a number of executive orders regulating health and public gatherings to slow the spread of the virus
Looking for new activities and distractions? Download a coloring sheet from cartoonist Marshall Ramsey and color yourself across the state — one Mississippi place at a time. New places available each weekday.
What has happened in Mississippi so far?
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Our news and engagement teams want to help readers like you understand the ever-changing landscape of news and information surrounding the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. In an effort to give you the information you need, please tell us how we can help you be better informed. What do you want to know? Fill out the form below, and we will do our very best to answer your questions.