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State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs is urging Mississippians to stop gathering socially for parties, for weddings, for worship & for funerals — lest there be more funerals. "Going into Christmas, we want to avoid funerals." #Pandemic  #StaySafe 

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Health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said 12 major hospitals in the state have no ICU beds available.

One day after setting a record for COVID-19 hospitalizations in Mississippi, State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said the state set a new record.

State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs announced Mississippi has reached a new record in total COVID-19 hospitalizations.

State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs announced Mississippi has reached a new record in total COVID-19 hospitalizations.

“We’re going to need for people to be patient so that when it’s the right time for them to get the vaccine, they can get it,” State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said.

“I'll just confess to you guys, I'm exhausted trying to convince folks to do stuff. It’s just going nowhere," Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Mississippi's state health officer, said Monday during a meeting with members of the Mississippi Senate.

DeSoto is on fire. It’s red-hot cases,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs said. “If I lived in DeSoto, I wouldn’t go out. I’d stay in my house as much as possible.”

“We’re not going to wear masks with our family,” State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said. “Let’s just be honest.”

DeSoto is on fire. It’s red-hot cases,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs said. “If I lived in DeSoto, I wouldn’t go out. I’d stay in my house as much as possible.”

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“Let me be clear. Things are bad and getting worse," State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said.

DeSoto is on fire. I mean it’s red hot in cases. And if I lived in DeSoto, I wouldn’t go out, I would stay in my house as much as possible,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs said.

"Yes, we're willing for people to die so that we can have fall football, that’s what we’ve decided,” State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said in response to a “crush” of #coronavirus  cases ahead due to school and college openings. #COVID19  #MSDH 

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Dr. Thomas Dobbs: 22 schools have reported COVID-19 cases, major outbreaks a concern

“There’s just no plausible scenario where it’s just not going to be bad,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs said during a video question-and-answer session sponsored by the Mississippi State Medical Association.

The state officer, Dr. Thomas Dobbs, says these outbreaks are fueled by outdoor get-togethers, people going to bars and people attending summer sporting events.

State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs points to a rising positive test percentage as a key indicator that #COVID19  is getting worse in #Mississippi . On July 7, he said Mississippi needs a mask mandate, whether local or statewide. #coronavirus  #MSDH 

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"If we're not careful, Mississippi will look like New York," State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said.

Mississippians are not doing enough to prevent the spread of #COVID19 , State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs warned at yesterday’s press event. #coronavirus  #MSDH  #Mississippi 

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"If we depend on shelter-in-place to be a solution ... you're going to be sorely disappointed," said state health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs-- calling a statewide shelter in place order, "not sustainable."

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