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4/11/2021 Vaccine is piling up in red states, as Republican anti-science threatens national health blogspot.com ... accept the vaccine down to just 18%, red states are starting to see a problem that the rest of the nation would love to have—a vaccine surplus. As The New York Times reports, Mississippi alone is now sitting on tens of thousands of doses that they’re having a hard time giving out.With just 25% of adults vaccinated, Mississippi is lagging well behind most of the nation when ...
4/11/2021 Coronavirus in Mississippi: 117 new cases, 1 death reported Sunday clarionledger.com View Comments The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 117 new cases of COVID-19 and one coronavirus-related death Sunday. Since the virus hit the state in March 2020, a total of 307,449 cases and 7,096 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported. According to a New York Times database Sunday, at least 700 new coronavirus deaths and 64,285 new cases were reported in the U.S. Over the past week ...
4/11/2021 117 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death Sunday in Mississippi - WLOX wlox.com 117 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death Sunday in Mississippi There were 20 new cases and no new deaths reported in South Mississippi on Sunday. Vaccination discussion with Dr. Ross McKinney, AAMC Chief Scientific Officer By WLOX Staff April 11, 2021 at 8:34 AM CDT - Updated April 11 at 8:34 AMJACKSON, Miss. (WLOX) - In Mississippi, there were 117 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death reported ...
4/10/2021 Silver Alert issued for John Omoijate Areghan of Clinton wjtv.com CLINTON, Miss. ( WJTV ) – The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued a Silver Alert for 47-year-old John Omoijate Areghan of Clinton.He is described as a black male, five feet and eight inches tall, weighing 168 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.He was last seen Saturday, April 10, 2021, at about 10:00 am in the 100 block of Las Pueblos Drive in Hinds County, walking in ...
4/10/2021 Clara Williams | Obituaries | enterprise-journal.com enterprise-journal.com Clara Mae Ross Williams, 105, of McComb passed away April 2, 2021, at Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical‚ÄàCenter.Visitation is 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Craft Funeral Home and continues 11 a.m. Wednesday at Pleasant Grove M.B. Church in Fernwood until services at noon with Pastor Don Johnson officiating. Masks and social distancing are required,Clara was born to the late Needham and Charlotte Dillon Ross on Aug. 27 ...
4/10/2021 Vaccine passport is no big deal | Editorial | enterprise-journal.com enterprise-journal.com ... everyone nearby has either been vaccinated or recently tested negative for the coronavirus.Yet it’s become the latest point of obstinacy during this health crisis of a growing number of Republican officials, including Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves. He said in an interview on CNN last weekend that he was against vaccine passports, although he didn’t elaborate as to why.GOP leaders in other states have provided their reasons ...
4/10/2021 Autopsy leaves questions | News | enterprise-journal.com enterprise-journal.com ... sources said Friday.Dansby, a 55-year-old woman from Ridgeland, was found dead at the home of McComb attorney Robert A. Lenoir the morning of March 30.While the physical autopsy by the Mississippi State Medical Examiner is complete, a toxicology report is still pending, and the manner of death has not been determined, sources said. They added that a brain bleed can result from a variety of injuries ...
4/10/2021 Wastewater is the infrastructure crisis 'people don't want to talk about' PBS ... This year, a catastrophic winter storm temporarily left millions of people in Texas without access to electricity or clean water . That same storm led to the collapse of the local water infrastructure in Jackson, Mississippi , where residents were forced to boil the water that came out of their taps for over a month.It’s clear that public health disasters occur — especially in America’s most marginalized communities — ...
4/9/2021 Covid Vaccine Deliveries Are Nearing Public Demand Rates | Kaiser Health News Kaiser Health News ... the U.S. has been getting shots to everyone who wants them, as quickly as possible. Soon, that focus will abruptly shift to convincing holdouts to get vaccinated. (Owens, 4/9)The New York Times: In Mississippi , 73,000 Vaccine Slots And Few Takers When it comes to getting the coronavirus vaccine, Mississippi residents have an abundance of options. On Thursday, there were more than 73,000 slots to be had on the state ...
4/9/2021 Mississippi hospital performing 900 orthopedic surgeries a year named robotic CoE Beckers Spine Review Mississippi hospital performing 900 orthopedic surgeries a year named robotic CoE Alan Condon -Singing River Health System in Ocean Springs, Miss., has been designated a robotic surgery Center of Excellence by Surgical Review Corp., the Mississippi Business Journal reported April 8.Four things to know:1. Singing River performs more than 900 orthopedic surgeries annually, including spinal fusions, joint replacements and revision surgeries.2. Mississippi 's first robotic spine surgery was ...
4/8/2021 10 ASC administrators to know Becker's ASC Review ... manage the day-to-day operations of ASCs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Here are 10 ASC administrators to know:1. Meredith Warf is a sports medicine specialist and the administrator of Jackson-based Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, where she's served for 12 years."Meredith does a great job of running a fluid business — maintaining great relationships with her surgeon partners and vendors," said Stefan Vojt, founder of ...
4/8/2021 Judge from Mississippi civil rights murder trial dies at 79 Star Tribune JACKSON, Miss. — A private funeral will be held Friday for the Mississippi judge who handed down a life sentence to the white supremacist convicted of killing civil rights leader Medgar Evers.Retired Hinds County Circuit Court Judge L. Breland Hilburn died Monday at the University of Mississippi Medical Center of complications from COVID-19, according to a news release from the state Administrative Office of Courts. He was 79 ...
4/7/2021 Hepatitis A Infections Spark Health Warning for Mississippi Restaurant's Diners Newsweek ... is a trustworthy source of health information. Visit the Newsweek VaxFacts website to learn more and to download the HealthGuard browser extension. Stock image: Artist's rendering of the hepatitis A virus. Customers at a Mississippi restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A, state health officials have warned. iStock ...
4/6/2021 Southeastern Grocers Launches Partnership with Children's Hospitals Across the Southeast grocery-insightmagazine.com ... program to benefit some of the nation’s top children’s hospitals. Through April 20, customers at all Fresco y Más, Harveys Supermarket and Winn-Dixie grocery stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi are encouraged to support the pediatric care facilities by rounding up their grocery bills to help positively impact the lives of young patients.Anthony Hucker, President and CEO of Southeastern Grocers, said, “We are a ...
4/6/2021 Jennifer Ann Sutton, BS, DVM, MBA Honored for Work in Veterinary Medicine 24-7pressrelease.com ... for them for two decades now, Jennifer Ann Sutton, BS, DVM, MBA has found success as a veterinarian and an administrator at Gulf Coast Veterinary Emergency Hospital and Beach View Veterinary Hospital, LLC in Mississippi . Through hard work and compassion for others, she has not only excelled in her primary fields, which include internal medicine and oncology, but community service—from social work to social justice. Born and raised in ...
4/6/2021 Why Is the Supreme Court Hesitating on Abortion? New York Mag The presumed 6-3 anti-abortion majority on the Supreme Court hasn’t made its move. This week’s Supreme Court orders list again featured a dog that noisily did not bark: abortion. There was no action on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization , which concerns whether a Mississippi ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy is unconstitutional. Mississippi petitioned for SCOTUS review last June, of course; the whole ...
4/6/2021 Nearly 40,000 kids have lost a parent to COVID. The ripple effect will be "traumatic," pediatrician warns - CBS News CBS News ... not account for children who lost more than one parent or children who lost a non-parental primary caregiver.As the rate of vaccinations speeds up across the country, some states like Texas and Mississippi are relaxing their pandemic restrictions, against the urging of health officials. Hospitals in Michigan are once again experiencing an overflow of patients as rising coronavirus cases among young people have led to another surge in ...
4/6/2021 City Of Chicago Updates Emergency Travel Order CBS Local ... data:MORE NEWS: Phase 2 Opens Monday In Illinois Outside Chicago For Anyone 16 And Over To Get COVID-19 Vaccine, But Teens Under 18 Face Challenge 25 yellow states and 1 territory: Oklahoma, Mississippi , New Mexico, Indiana , Arkansas, Louisiana, Nevada, Kansas, Wisconsin , Washington, California, Wyoming, Missouri, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Kentucky , Idaho, Montana, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina 24 orange states and District of ...
4/6/2021 NCAA LGBTQ OneTeam the360mag.com ... Äô participation in girls‚Äô sports or ban transgender youth from accessing medically necessary, gender-affirming health care. Laws have been signed banning transgender women and girls‚Äô participation in girls‚Äô sports in Mississippi , Tennessee, and Arkansas, with Executive Orders being signed to the same effect in South Dakota. Legislators across the country have failed to provide examples of issues in their states to attempt to justify these attacks ...
4/5/2021 Analysis: Mississippi Capitol Actions Have Real-Life Impact U.S. News & World Report ... year-old enjoying freedom as a new driver or if you're hosting a party and running short of tequila for margaritas — and, ideally, you are not all those things at once — the Mississippi Legislature took action this year to affect your life.Gov. Tate Reeves has already signed Senate Bill 2119, which will become law Jan. 1. It will eliminate the prescription requirement for decongestants containing ephedrine or ...