OXFORD, Miss. (WMC) - The mayor of Oxford, Mississippi announced new restrictions on indoor social gatherings.
According to a Facebook post by Mayor Robyn Tannehill, indoor social gatherings will go back to phase I. Ten people if social distancing cannot be done and 20 people if you can social distance.
Face coverings will also continue to be required in all businesses.
Tannehill ended her statement by saying, “We know everyone is tired of the battle. We can’t throw in the towel now! We are stronger together.”
As of July 6, 393 coronavirus cases and four deaths have been confirmed in Lafayette County, according to the Mississippi Department of Health. More than 31,000 presumed positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed across Mississippi.