Mississippi Schools Have Reported More COVID Cases So Far Than All Last Year
More K-12 students in Mississippi have now tested positive for COVID-19 since going back to school last month than did so during the entirety of the previous school year, an examination of Mississippi State Department of Health data reveals.
‘Love Conquers All’: Jackson Nurse Using Hip-Hop Festival to Raise HIV/AIDS Awareness
The nurse also owns Xperience Jxn Entertainment, an event company that started out of her need to put on exciting events in the capital city after hearing complaints about how there is little to do in Jackson.
“They can spend Jackson money in Jackson, and then we can also attract people from other cities to bring money to Jackson, spend money and leave money here in Jackson,” Singleton said. She also wants the money they spend to help people living with HIV.
State Medical Board May Revoke Licenses of Mississippi Physicians Who Spread COVID-19 Misinformation
The Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure has formally adopted a policy that threatens the medical license—and ability to practice—of physicians who spread COVID-19 misinformation, particularly about vaccinations.