The Mississippi Department of Health reported 173 new total cases today bringing the total reported cases to 9,674.  There were 5 COVID-19 related deaths reported today bringing the total to 435.

The 3 day trailing average of new cases was 2.10%, which is the lowest point measured during the pandemic.  The three day trailing average of deaths attributable to COVID-19 was 2.08%. Again, that is the lowest measured result during the pandemic.

Y’all Politics has compiled the statistics on diagnosed cases and deaths attributable.

Date Cases Daily Growth 3 Day Avg. Growth New Cases Total Deaths Day over day 3 Day Avg. Growth New Deaths
16-Mar 12
17-Mar 34 183.33% 22
18-Mar 50 47.06% 16
19-Mar 80 60.00% 96.80% 30
20-Mar 140 75.00% 60.69% 60
21-Mar 207 47.86% 60.95% 67
22-Mar 249 20.29% 47.72% 42
23-Mar 320 28.51% 32.22% 71 1
24-Mar 377 17.81% 22.21% 57 2 100.00% 1
25-Mar 485 28.65% 24.99% 108 6 200.00% 4
26-Mar 579 19.38% 21.95% 94 8 33.33% 111.11% 2
27-Mar 663 14.51% 20.85% 84 13 62.50% 98.61% 5
28-Mar 758 14.33% 16.07% 95 14 7.69% 34.51% 1
29-Mar 847 11.74% 13.53% 89 16 14.29% 28.16% 2
30-Mar 937 10.63% 12.23% 90 20 25.00% 15.66% 4
31-Mar 1073 14.51% 12.29% 136 22 10.00% 16.43% 2
1-Apr 1177 9.69% 11.61% 104 26 18.18% 17.73% 4
2-Apr 1358 15.38% 13.19% 181 29 11.54% 13.24% 3
3-Apr 1455 7.14% 10.74% 97 35 20.69% 16.80% 6
4-Apr 1638 12.58% 11.70% 183 43 22.86% 18.36% 8
5-Apr 1738 6.11% 8.61% 100 51 18.60% 20.72% 8
6-Apr 1915 10.18% 9.62% 177 59 15.69% 19.05% 8
7-Apr 2003 4.60% 6.96% 88 67 13.56% 15.95% 8
8-Apr 2260 12.83% 9.20% 257 76 13.43% 14.23% 9
9-Apr 2469 9.25% 8.89% 209 82 7.89% 11.63% 6
10-Apr 2642 7.01% 9.70% 173 93 13.41% 11.58% 11
11-Apr 2781 5.26% 7.17% 139 96 3.23% 8.18% 3
12-Apr 2942 5.79% 6.02% 161 98 2.08% 6.24% 2
13-Apr 3087 4.93% 5.33% 145 111 13.27% 6.19% 13
14-Apr 3360 8.84% 6.52% 273 122 9.91% 8.42% 11
15-Apr 3624 7.86% 7.21% 264 129 5.74% 9.64% 7
16-Apr 3793 4.66% 7.12% 169 140 8.53% 8.06% 11
17-Apr 3974 4.77% 5.76% 181 152 8.57% 7.61% 12
18-Apr 4274 7.55% 5.66% 300 159 4.61% 7.23% 7
19-Apr 4512 5.57% 5.96% 238 169 6.29% 6.49% 10
20-Apr 4716 4.52% 5.88% 204 183 8.28% 6.39% 14
21-Apr 4894 3.77% 4.62% 178 193 5.46% 6.68% 10
22-Apr 5153 5.29% 4.53% 259 201 4.15% 5.96% 8
23-Apr 5434 5.45% 4.84% 281 209 3.98% 4.53% 8
24-Apr 5718 5.23% 5.32% 284 221 5.74% 4.62% 12
25-Apr 5911 3.38% 4.68% 193 227 2.71% 4.15% 6
26-Apr 6094 3.10% 3.90% 183 229 0.88% 3.11% 2
27-Apr 6342 4.07% 3.51% 248 239 4.37% 2.65% 10
28-Apr 6552 3.31% 3.49% 210 250 4.60% 3.28% 11
29-Apr 6815 4.01% 3.80% 263 261 4.40% 4.46% 11
30-Apr 7212 5.83% 4.38% 397 281 7.66% 5.56% 20
1-May 7441 3.18% 4.34% 229 291 3.56% 5.21% 10
2-May 7550 1.46% 3.49% 109 303 4.12% 5.12% 12
3-May 7877 4.33% 2.99% 327 310 2.31% 3.33% 7
4-May 8207 4.19% 3.33% 330 342 10.32% 5.59% 32
5-May 8424 2.64% 3.72% 217 374 9.36% 7.33% 32
6-May 8686 3.11% 3.31% 262 396 5.88% 8.52% 22
7-May 9090 4.65% 3.47% 404 409 3.28% 6.17% 13
8-May 9378 3.17% 3.64% 288 421 2.93% 4.03% 12
9-May 9501 1.31% 3.04% 123 430 2.14% 2.78% 9
10-May 9674 1.82% 2.10% 173 435 1.16% 2.08% 5

 

While new cases and deaths continue to increase relatively slowly, testing continues to accelerate.  Governor Reeves reported that Mississippi is currently testing 35,000 for every 1 million people.