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Coronavirus vaccinations - Reeves discusses key topics

Gov. Tate Reeves speaking during a coronavirus news conference. File image

Governor Reeves and other leaders talked about key topics surrounding the coronavirus vaccinations in a Facebook press conference on Monday.

Posted: Jan 18, 2021 6:59 PM
Updated: Jan 19, 2021 9:23 AM

STATEWIDE, Miss (WTVA) -- People should have a much better experience navigating the coronavirus vaccine lines when you go to get the shot. Governor Reeves and other leaders discussed this and other plans they have to make sure people can get the vaccine and keep wait times down.

“We do currently believe that if you got a first dose of Moderna, you need to get a second dose of Moderna, if you got a first dose of Pfizer, you need to get a second dose of Pfizer,” Reeves said.

He said part of that responsibility is on the people to make sure they get the right shots.

“As we move into the next couple of weeks, we’re not only going to have first doses and first dose appointments that we’re running through our own sites, we’ll also have second doses coming online with both Pfizer and Moderna.

Major General Boyles of the National Guard commented on the number of people coming to the vaccination sites and how they are working to keep lines moving.

“I’m pleased with the way the traffic moves through the sites. Governor, I will tell you we have capacity to build on that and to keep the traffic moving efficiently while we’re adding more lanes and more opportunities for folks to get shots,” Boyles said.

He said a limiting factor is simply space. He doesn’t think there will be a limiting situation at the sites, it’s just how many shots people can put into arms.

Reeves also explained two-thirds of private vaccine providers in the state are not meeting the 65% quota. He said more vaccinations will only go to places that give more than 65% of their total vaccinations. He said he is hoping those doing less than that will soon improve.

“I am hopeful that many of those that were under 50 percent on Friday last week are doing better now.”

Mississippi Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 295295

Reported Deaths: 6724
CountyCasesDeaths
DeSoto19672230
Hinds18799386
Harrison16710278
Rankin12685264
Jackson12592226
Lee9687160
Madison9457199
Jones7962146
Forrest7208136
Lauderdale6833226
Lowndes6022137
Lamar588080
Lafayette5733113
Washington5218130
Bolivar4609123
Oktibbeha441393
Panola430394
Pearl River4167130
Warren4129114
Pontotoc408869
Marshall403192
Monroe3989126
Union395374
Neshoba3807168
Lincoln3541102
Hancock347374
Leflore3375118
Sunflower318386
Tate302474
Pike300195
Scott293870
Alcorn291861
Itawamba289975
Yazoo289262
Tippah278765
Copiah277857
Coahoma277568
Simpson274878
Prentiss269758
Wayne253841
Marion252678
Leake252471
Covington248879
Grenada247377
Adams234377
George231745
Newton229652
Winston221675
Jasper213445
Tishomingo212365
Attala206569
Chickasaw201151
Holmes182270
Clay179150
Stone172429
Tallahatchie170539
Clarke169371
Calhoun157828
Smith152731
Yalobusha144836
Greene127633
Walthall124140
Noxubee122829
Montgomery122438
Perry121634
Lawrence120321
Carroll118225
Amite111533
Webster110630
Jefferson Davis101731
Tunica99023
Claiborne98429
Benton93324
Humphreys92827
Kemper90223
Quitman77114
Franklin76119
Choctaw69516
Jefferson62527
Wilkinson62426
Sharkey48817
Issaquena1676
Unassigned00

Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Cases: 493769

Reported Deaths: 9931
CountyCasesDeaths
Jefferson710731374
Mobile36139727
Madison32425455
Tuscaloosa24184410
Montgomery22586500
Shelby21968215
Baldwin19758283
Lee14967153
Morgan13667251
Calhoun13300286
Etowah13184319
Marshall11262209
Houston10104261
Elmore9385185
Limestone9363134
Cullman8897181
St. Clair8827223
Lauderdale8607211
DeKalb8459175
Talladega7523163
Walker6524255
Jackson6495102
Autauga627091
Blount6102127
Colbert6004118
Coffee5249102
Dale4642107
Russell404930
Franklin399177
Covington3960106
Chilton3876100
Escambia377672
Tallapoosa3588142
Clarke343650
Chambers3413110
Dallas3403141
Pike293472
Lawrence283484
Marion281995
Winston246867
Bibb245060
Geneva239970
Marengo236455
Pickens224654
Barbour211651
Hale210568
Fayette200756
Butler196866
Henry182441
Cherokee177038
Monroe166139
Randolph163740
Washington156535
Crenshaw144854
Clay144454
Macon142043
Cleburne137839
Lamar132833
Lowndes131151
Wilcox121825
Bullock116936
Conecuh106724
Perry105627
Sumter98531
Coosa88923
Greene88232
Choctaw55123
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