According to Elizabeth Peteet, Kosciusko-Attala E911 director, her staff will now ask a number of new questions when citizens call for the city or county for emergency services.
In a letter sent sent to The Star-Herald, Dr. Gray Wallace of Premier Medical and chief of staff at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Attala has indicated that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Here is the letter in its entirety:
Holmes Community College President Dr. Jim Haffey announced today that the college will continue remote instruction until at least April 20 as the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to be monitored.
Anna Grace Kuhn’s Sweet 16 celebration had to be delayed until after the Coronavirus quarantine. The girls said their moms would only let them gather to see Anna Grace on her actual birthday if they honored social distancing.
The final county-wide change from MedStat to Priority ambulance services will be delayed until May 1 after the county reached an agreement with the two organizations.
A statement from Premier Medical Group:
Governor Tate Reeves has announced that all public schools in Mississippi will close through April 17. Reeves made the announcement on Thursday, Mar. 19. The governor also said he would be suspending end-of-year testing.