The home is about 4,000 square feet with four bedrooms, four baths, vaulted ceilings throughout, an outdoor living area and kitchen and an expansive laundry room with a dog wash. It has an estimated value of $475,000.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced widespread school closures in the United States and an unprecedented disruption of K-12 education. For children living in homes without broadband internet service, the lack of schooling cannot simply be replaced by online distant learning substitutes.
The Mississippi State Department of Health and the University of Mississippi Medical Center will be opening a mobile COVID-19 testing site in DeSoto County for one day only on Friday. Testing is free of charge.
In a time of uncertainty, many are trying to keep as close to their normal routine as they can while staying at home. One teacher in North Mississippi may not be reporting to her school, but she is in the classroom.
The mayors Memphis and the Shelby County municipalities have issued “safer-at-home” orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19. The order does not include a city curfew.
In response to the spread of the coronavirus, Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite and the Board of Aldermen have declared a civil emergency, ordering many businesses to close starting at 5 p.m. on March 22.
More than $1 million in disaster loans have been approved by the U. S. Small Business Administration for Tennessee businesses and residents with losses resulting from the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding March 3, 2020.