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Today MSDH is reporting 397 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 20 new deaths. (Eleven of these deaths are from past weeks, based on investigation into death certificate reports.) The number of Mississippians currently hospitalized with confirmed COVID-19 infection has risen to 454.

Mississippi’s total COVID-19 cases since March 11 now stands at 7,212, with 281 deaths.

Mississippi COVID-19 Case Map

This map and the following table show total cases in Mississippi as of 6 p.m. April 30, 2020, and include all reported cases since March 11, 2020.

  • New cases reported today: 397
  • New deaths reported today: 20 *

* 11 of the deaths reported today occurred between March 29 and April 16, and are based on death certificate investigations.

An interactive version of this case map is also available: View interactive Mississippi case map »

About our case counts: We currently update our map and statistics each morning with test results from the previous day. Outside laboratories also report positive test results to us, which are included in our totals.

County case numbers and deaths may change as investigation finds new or additional information.

Mississippi COVID-19 Cases to Date

Table of all total cases and deaths, and those in long-term care (LTC) facilities, since March 11, 2020.

County Total Cases Total Deaths Total LTC Facility Cases Total LTC Facility Deaths
Adams 148 8 25 4
Alcorn 10 1 0 0
Amite 29 0 1 0
Attala 109 0 26 0
Benton 12 0 1 0
Bolivar 102 7 13 1
Calhoun 52 3 23 3
Carroll 58 1 2 0
Chickasaw 75 8 22 6
Choctaw 13 1 0 0
Claiborne 23 0 0 0
Clarke 55 3 10 2
Clay 42 2 0 0
Coahoma 64 3 1 0
Copiah 108 1 1 1
Covington 67 0 0 0
Desoto 293 4 2 1
Forrest 219 12 21 6
Franklin 16 1 0 0
George 14 1 0 0
Greene 5 1 0 0
Grenada 32 0 14 0
Hancock 62 5 7 3
Harrison 177 6 1 1
Hinds 496 8 14 4
Holmes 153 9 27 2
Humphreys 24 3 5 1
Itawamba 59 3 32 2
Jackson 267 6 40 1
Jasper 48 1 0 0
Jefferson 20 0 0 0
Jefferson Davis 35 1 2 0
Jones 159 2 11 0
Kemper 64 3 14 1
Lafayette 89 3 35 0
Lamar 111 2 1 0
Lauderdale 365 23 85 14
Lawrence 46 0 1 0
Leake 219 2 0 0
Lee 71 4 5 0
Leflore 164 17 30 7
Lincoln 143 11 47 7
Lowndes 58 2 4 1
Madison 251 8 30 5
Marion 75 7 14 2
Marshall 44 2 0 0
Monroe 161 16 84 14
Montgomery 29 1 0 0
Neshoba 205 4 19 0
Newton 87 0 1 0
Noxubee 73 0 9 0
Oktibbeha 51 3 9 3
Panola 39 2 0 0
Pearl River 175 20 38 6
Perry 27 1 0 0
Pike 149 7 12 4
Pontotoc 18 2 1 0
Prentiss 32 1 20 1
Quitman 15 0 0 0
Rankin 194 5 6 0
Scott 339 0 10 0
Sharkey 5 0 0 0
Simpson 47 0 2 0
Smith 76 4 20 2
Stone 22 0 0 0
Sunflower 55 2 0 0
Tallahatchie 11 1 0 0
Tate 42 0 1 0
Tippah 56 10 0 0
Tishomingo 7 0 1 0
Tunica 35 2 12 2
Union 19 1 2 0
Walthall 32 0 0 0
Warren 74 2 1 0
Washington 77 3 4 1
Wayne 23 0 0 0
Webster 19 1 0 0
Wilkinson 69 7 5 2
Winston 44 0 0 0
Yalobusha 20 0 0 0
Yazoo 139 1 1 0
Total 7,212 281 825 110

The numbers in this table are provisional. County case numbers and deaths may change as investigation finds new or additional information about residence.

Long-Term Care Facility Cases and Deaths by Race

Long-term care (LTC) facilities like nursing homes are considered high risk locations because their residents are older or in poor health. Even one case of COVID-19 in these facilities among residents or employees is considered an outbreak. We investigate residents, staff and close contacts of infected individuals for possible exposure. (Long-term care facilities include nursing homes, intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities, personal care homes, assisted living facilities, long-term acute care facilities, and psychiatric or chemical dependency residential treatment centers.)

Mississippi Cases and Deaths by Race

Interactive Map and Chart

Our state case map is and data charts are available in interactive form.

Trends and Summary Data

The charts below are based on available data at the time of publication. Charts do not include cases where insufficient details of the case are known.

Note: In our charts by race, “Other” includes American Indian and Asian.


Note: Values up to two weeks in the past on the Date of Illness Onset chart above can change as we update it with new information from disease investigation.

 

 

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