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Fourth and fifth deaths reported in Mississippi from Coronavirus

Tonight the Mississippi State Department of Health has reported two new deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mississippi.

The cases were a Wilkinson County male 85-90 years old with underlying conditions who died while hospitalized, and a Tunica County female 75-80 who died in a long-term care facility.

Deaths have also been reported in Hancock, Holmes and Webster counties.

 

UPDATE FROM EARLIER IN THE DAY

 

Today the Mississippi State Department of Health reported the third death from coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mississippi. The case was a male 65-70 years old from Webster County with underlying health conditions. He died while hospitalized.

Currently, Mississippi has reported 377 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with previous deaths reported in Hancock and Holmes counties.

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