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Mississippi Coronavirus Update 10/19/2020   Today, Governor Reeves announced additional measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. A new executive order places a 10% capacity requirement on healthcare facilities across the state. If hospitals cannot maintain 10% of their capacity for COVID-19 patients, they must delay elective procedures. This was a vital part of the effort to prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed during the summer wave. Mississippi’s COVID-19 cases have increased over the past few weeks—part of a global and national trend of increasing cases. 

The governor also announced additional targeted measures for counties which meet the standards established during the summer wave. In these counties, indoor social gatherings should be limited to groups of 10. Outdoor social gatherings should be limited to groups of 50. Face coverings are required while indoors and interacting with the public without social distancing.

“We’ve seen this before. We know what can happen if we allow this to get out of control, and so we want to be proactive to prevent that from happening,” said Governor Tate Reeves. “None of these elements are silver bullets. None of them will totally eliminate the virus. We have to allow for life to go on in the meantime. As we wait for a vaccine, our mission is the same as it ever was: to prevent our healthcare system from being overwhelmed. That has to be the focus.”

The counties with additional COVID-19 safety measures are Chickasaw, Claiborne, DeSoto, Forrest, Itawamba, Jackson, Lamar, Lee, and Neshoba. 

Counties must meet the following criteria for additional measures: more than 500 cases per 100,000 residents over a designated two-week period or more than 200 cases total over the designated two-week period (with more than 200 cases per 100,000 residents).

A copy of the executive order can be found here.




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.