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Mississippi Coronavirus Update 7/20/2020  Governor Tate Reeves Extends Safe Return Order and Adds 10 Counties to Stricter Measures to Protect Public Health


Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced that he has extended his Safe Return and county-specific executive orders, adding ten counties under the tighter social distancing measures to help limit transmission and protect public health.

Consulting with Dr. Dobbs and our state health experts, ten additional counties were identified as localized regions with spikes in cases and at higher risk for transmission: Bolivar, Covington, Forrest, Humphreys, Panola, Sharkey, Simpson, Tallahatchie, Tate, and Walthall Counties. They join 13 other counties that have been under the additional restrictions for the past week.
 
"COVID-19 is spreading and killing in our state. It's not a hypothetical—it is happening," said Governor Tate Reeves. "Today, I've extended our executive orders to mitigate the threat, adding 10 counties to the list of those with stricter measures in place."

Both executive orders are extended for an additional two weeks until 8:00 AM on Monday, August 3, 2020.

You can view the signed Executive Orders here: Executive Order No. 1508, Executive Order No. 1509. All executive orders regarding COVID-19 are available on our website at governorreeves.ms.gov/covid-19





The Mississippi Consumer Finance Association is a non-profit corporation, which was founded in 1958 for the purpose of promoting the welfare and education of its members engaged in the personal installment loan business in the state of Mississippi.


The MCFA is a vital part of the Mississippi lending community; monitoring the ever-evolving landscape of consumer finance and making our members aware of its enforcement and affect on our members and the industry as a whole. We work to ensure that our state's elected officials and others that represent Mississippi Business are aware of the significance of the consumer finance community.

Finally, we strive to promote education and progress within our member companies to grow the strength of Mississippi's lenders. Through seminars, conferences, and networking, we are able to provide members the unique opportunity to grow their own business, small or large, while being a part of MCFA.