JACKSON, Miss. (WDAM) - The Mississippi State Department of Health reports there is now over 7,800 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state.
MSDH reported 327 new cases on Monday and seven new deaths, bringing the state total to 7,877 cases and 310 deaths in Mississippi.
Use the interactive map below to see a county-by-county breakdown of COVID-19 cases.
In the 10 Pine Belt counties, 869 COVID-19 and 30 deaths have been reported:
- Covington: 74 cases
- Forrest: 248 cases; 14 deaths
- Greene: 6 cases; 1 death
- Jasper: 62 cases; 1 death
- Jefferson Davis: 43 cases; 1 death
- Jones: 185 cases; 2 deaths
- Lamar: 121 cases; 3 deaths
- Marion: 75 cases; 7 deaths
- Perry: 31 cases; 1 death
- Wayne: 24 cases
Coronavirus tests are available at locations across the state. Click here to find a testing location near you.
In the Pine Belt, tests are available at the following locations:
- SeMRHI – Beaumont Family Health Center in Beaumont
- SeMRHI – Brooklyn Family Health Center in Brooklyn
- Covington County Hospital in Collins
- Pioneer Healthcare, LLC in Collins, Columbia, Hattiesburg and Laurel
- Fast Pace Health Urgent Care in Ellisville, Columbia, Waynesboro and Wiggins
- Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg
- Cough & Fever Clinic (a service of Forrest General and Hattiesburg Clinic) in Hattiesburg
- Gentle Touch Home Care in Hattiesburg
- Maxem Health Urgent Care Hattiesburg
- SeMRHI – Minor Care Clinic in Hattiesburg
- Southeast MS Rural Health Initiative in Hattiesburg
- South Central Emergency Department in Laurel
- East Jones Family Medicine in Laurel
- Family Health Center in Laurel
- SeMRHI – Lumberton Family Health Center in Lumberton
- SeMRHI – New Augusta Family Health Center in New Augusta
- Maxem Health Urgent Care Petal
- SeMRHI – Seminary Family Health Center in Seminary
- Coastal Family Health Center in State Line
- SeMRHI – Sumrall Family Health Center in Sumrall
- Arthur E Wood Medical Clinic in Waynesboro
Health officials said patients must have symptoms of COVID-19, which include a fever of 100.4 and severe cough or chest pain, to be tested. Anyone wanting to be tested should call ahead to make arrangements first.
To date, 79,677 people have been tested for coronavirus in Mississippi.