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COVID-19 در می سی سی پی: 672 جدید موارد جدید 10 مرگ و میر گزارش یکشنبه

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می سی سی پی, وزارت بهداشت, گزارش 10 جدید کروناویروس مرگ و میر و 672 مورد جدید یکشنبه آوردن این دولت در مجموع به 60,553 موارد و 1,703 مرگ و میر.

یکشنبه, موارد, علائم اولین بار موارد جدید کاهش یافته است زیر 1000 در شش روز. مرگ و میر نیز پس از روز جمعه تنها روز رکورد 52 مرگ و میر گزارش شده است.

بیشتر: می سی سی پی در خط مقدم به عنوان COVID-19 واکسن درمان آزمایش آمده به هتیزبرگ

وجود دارد در مجموع 171 شیوع بیماری در دراز مدت مراقبت از امکانات...

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می سی سی پی گارد ملی بزرگترین واحد از اولین زن فرمانده گردان

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هتیزبرگ – می سی سی پی گارد ملی بزرگترین واحد 155 مکان زرهی تیپ رزمی تیم در حال حاضر خود را اولین زن فرمانده گردان.

سرهنگ سرهنگ آنی لی فرض فرماندهی تیپ 106 پشتیبانی گردان مستقر در هتیزبرگ از سرهنگ سرهنگ ویلیام Walley از براندون در طول یک تغییر فرماندهی مراسم در اردوگاه شلبی مشترک نیروهای مرکز آموزش جمعه در هتیزبرگ.

این 106 BSB یکی از هفت گردان را تشکیل می دهند که 155 مکان زرهی تیپ مبارزه با تیم مستقر در توپلو...

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26 ساله بود شستن ماشین خود را در جکسون هنگامی که او به ضرب گلوله کشته شد

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جکسون پلیس در جستجوی یک مظنون و انگیزه در یک بعد از ظهر شنبه تیر اندازی مرگ مردی که در شستن وسیله نقلیه خود را.

بایرون جونز, 26 کشته شد چندین بار در Northside رانندگی در نزدیکی خیابان دولت. او در یک بیمارستان محلی با توجه به جکسون اداره پلیس. تیراندازی رخ داده است حدود 4:30 بعد از ظهر

JPD سخنگوی سام براون گفت: پلیس در حال مصاحبه با شاهدان, اما لازم نیست که یک انگیزه و یا مشکوک نشده است.

جمعه: انسان می میرد پس...

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Mississippi football player hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds; uncle charged

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The uncle of a Mississippi high school football player has been charged with aggravated assault following a shooting Friday that has left the 17-year-old hospitalized.

The shooting occurred at about 4 p.m. on Mississippi 397 North near the Winston County line, Kemper County Sheriff James Moore said.

Frederick Nunn, 38, was charged in the incident, Moore said. The sheriff confirmed the 17-year-old, whom he declined to identify, had been shot multiple times. He was taken to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.

“He has a ways to go,” Moore said Saturday. “When we last checked, he was responding but he’s on a ventilator. The ventilator’s not actually doing all of the work, though...

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COVID-19 in Mississippi: 1,134 new cases, 30 new deaths reported Saturday

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The Mississippi Department of Health reported 30 new coronavirus deaths and 1,134 new cases Saturday, bringing the state total to 59,881 cases and 1,693 deaths.

Saturday’s 1,100-plus cases marks the fifth day this week of more than 1,000 cases and follows Friday’s single-day record of 52 deaths reported.

Last week was also a record-breaker for new cases. The state surpassed 50,000 total cases July 25. The department reported more than 1,000 confirmed cases on all but one day of the week. July 23 was the only day below 1,000, with a reported 982 cases.

More: Mississippi on the front lines as COVID-19 vaccine, treatment trials come to Hattiesburg

Outbreaks at long-term care facilities, which care for the state’s m...

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His mask wasn’t about COVID: Man, 65, from Purvis accused of robbing Hattiesburg bank

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A 65-year-old man wearing a face covering to conceal his identity is accused of robbing a bank in Hattiesburg Friday. 

Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel said Lee Austin Brister of Purvis was charged with armed robbery and booked in the Lamar County Jail Friday evening.

The robbery occurred at the Hancock Whitney Bank on U.S. 98 in Hattiesburg just before 1 p.m. Surveillance video shows a man wearing a dark colored T-shirt, shorts and yellow gloves enter the bank with a red and black bag.

The man was also wearing a baseball hat, sunglasses and what appears to be a bandanna that covered most of his face. 

Rigel said the man did not have a weapon. He passed a note to the teller demanding cash.

Authorities: Former...

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Authorities: Former Natchez band director takes own life after shooting, injuring teen

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A former director of a high school band program in Natchez died of a self-inflicted gunshot Friday morning after shooting a teenager twice in the driveway of the teen’s home, authorities say. 

Adams County Chief Deputy Jerry Brown said authorities believe Omar Cavazos, 61, took his own life after shooting a 15-year-old boy in the arm and torso in the Washington community north of Natchez.

Witnesses said Cavazos shot himself in the head with a .45-caliber Smith and Wesson revolver which was found next to his body, said Brown. The unidentified 15-year-old is in stable condition. He was unarmed at the time of the shooting, Brown said. 

Brown said the shootings took place about 9:30 a.m. in the 800 block of U.S...

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Mississippi native Craig Wiseman marks 5 years, big success with Big Loud Records label

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In Craig Wiseman’s first five years of living in Nashville, he found himself playing drums for $25 a night in the popular, upbeat bars of downtown Nashville.

The Grammy Award-winning songwriter and Hattiesburg native never thought his record label, Big Loud Records, would become home to award-winning artists, produce more than 100 singles, multiple gold and platinum status certifications and 50 No. 1 hits.

“It’s crazy because I remember starting the record label of Big Loud five summers ago,” Wiseman said. “People go bankrupt doing this kind of stuff. I am very excited and fortunate to have talented people and to work for them.”

Saturday marks five years since Wiseman co-founded Big Loud Records with producer...

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Out of $240 million set aside for businesses impacted by COVID-19, just 1% has gone out

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Mississippi lawmakers set aside $300 million for small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, but Gov. Tate Reeves might ultimately decide how to spend much of that money.

A fraction of the money has been disbursed so far, and whatever remains of the $300 million by Nov. 1 will be spent at the discretion of Reeves, according to state law.

Much of that money — $240 million — is supposed to fund a small business grant program called Back to Business Mississippi, which starting taking applications in mid-June.

As of Thursday, 1% of that money has been distributed.

Dig deeper: Officials say help is coming for small businesses. This barbershop can’t wait much longer.

What you need to know: Does your sm...

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Lawsuits fighting mask mandates, business closures from COVID-19 from around the South

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There’s been a significant bump in lawsuits across several Southern U.S. states regarding mandated coronavirus restrictions, and so far, some have not fared well for those suing.

Here’s a roundup of some lawsuits over government-ordered mask mandates and bar and business closures in parts of the South.

Alabama

Montgomery: Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s attorneys asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a statewide order to wear face coverings in public places to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Retired sheriff’s deputies Larry Lewis and Barry Munza and real estate agent Debbie Mathis filed the lawsuit last week in Montgomery against Ivey, State Health Officer Scott Harris and the State Board of Health.

Accordin...

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