Tunica County Sheriff’s Office encouraging community to make noise, pray for health care workers and COVID-19 patients

Tunica County Sheriff’s Office encouraging community to make noise, pray for health care workers and COVID-19 patients
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TUNICA COUNTY, Miss. (WMC) - The Tunica County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging the community to participate in honoring healthcare workers on the front lines, pray for those who are sick, and unify Mississippians in sound & sight.

The sheriff’s office is asking all churches in the county to ring their church bells every evening at 6 p.m. from now until April 20, when the shelter-in-place order expires.

At 6:15 p.m., deputies will be ringing bells, sounding vehicle sirens, as well as the outdoor warning sirens; and honking horns for a period of 60 seconds in wake of COVID-19.

Tunica County Sheriff’s Office encouraging community to make noise for health care workers
Tunica County Sheriff’s Office encouraging community to make noise for health care workers (Source: Tunica County Sheriff's Office)

The sheriff’s office is asking members of both the town and county communities participate.

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