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COVID-19 Reports: County and Facility Totals, Vaccinations and More

 

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County Reports

Deaths from COVID-19 and Other Causes

A comparison of COVID-19 deaths in Mississippi with deaths from other major causes, including contributing and underlying causes.

Epidemiological Briefs

Reports on selected COVID-19 topics of public health significance.

K-12 School Report

Mississippi schools no longer report COVID-19 information to MSDH.

Long-Term Care Facility Cases and Outbreaks

Updated weekly

Long-term care (LTC) facilities like nursing homes are considered high risk locations because their residents are older or in poor health. A single confirmed COVID-19 infection in an LTC facility resident or employee constitutes an outbreak. Residential care facilities also represent group living facilities where COVID-19 can be easily spread.

These outbreak figures are reported directly to MSDH by the facility. Many of the cases and deaths reported by facilities may not yet be included in our totals of lab-reported cases.

Ongoing Outbreaks in Nursing Homes

Data such as illness in residents and staff, deaths in residents, as well as a number of other data elements are now publicly available on the website of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). MSDH is providing the following links to view this data, which is reported directly by nursing homes and is updated weekdays.

Note: Cases and deaths listed on the CMS website may not have appeared yet in our county totals, which are based on reports from testing laboratories.

Vaccinations

Laboratory Testing

Statewide Combined Testing as of September 25, 2022

COVID-19 testing providers around the state include commercial laboratories, hospital labs and the MSDH Public Health Laboratory results from all these sources are combined in the table below. (Updated weekly)

PCR testing detects current, active COVID-19 infection in an individual.

Antibody (serology) testing identifies individuals with past COVID-19 infection based on antibodies they develop one to three weeks after infection.

Antigen testing is another way to identify current COVID-19 infection, often used for rapid testing.

PCR tests 3,662,958
Serology (antibody) tests 175,108
Antigen tests 3,482,634
Total tests 7,320,700

Beginning April 4, 2022, negative test results from facilities with a CLIA certificate of waiver are no longer required to be reported. The totals in each category above reflect only the total tests reported to MSDH.

Last reviewed on Oct 2, 2020

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