Covid Charts


Charts Updated 19 Augusty 2020
Reopening Data Updated 19 August 2020

Data is presented as-is. Data sourced from MSDH, as provided. This page is not intended as professional medical advice or analysis. If you believe you have COVID-19, please contact your local medical providers. For residents of Mississippi, you may contact UMMC at 601-496-7200 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Saturday), or use their online form.

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CDC Guidelines for State Reopening

Current Estimated Phase: Phase 1-2 (Paused)
Current Recommended Phase: Continued Restrictions (Phase 0)

Phase 1

Vulnerable individuals should continue to shelter in place. All individuals in public should social distance, and take precautionary measures. No groups larger than 10. Minimize non-essential travel. Businesses should continue to encourage telework when possible. Common ares should be closed. Special accommodations should be put in place for vulnerable individuals. Schools should remain closed. Visitation to LTC centers should be prohibited. Large venues, restaurants, and gyms may operate under strict physical distancing protocols. Elective surgeries may resume. Bars should remain closed.

Downward trajectory (or near-zero incidence) of documented cases over a 14-day period. POSSIBLY MET
Downward trajectory (or near-zero percent positive) of positive tests as a percentage of total tests over a 14-day period (flat or increasing volume of tests). PARTIALLY MET
Jurisdiction inpatient & ICU beds <80%. Full Staff. No shortage in last week. PPE supplies adequate for >4 days. PARTIALLY MET 1,3
Test availability such that percentage of positive tests is ≤20% for 14 days. Median time from test order to result is ≤4 days PARTIALLY MET 2

 

Phase 2

Vulnerable individuals should continue to shelter in place. All individuals in public should social distance, and take precautionary measures. No groups larger than 50. Non-essential travel may resume. Businesses should continue to encourage telework when possible. Common ares should be closed. Special accommodations are strongly encouraged for vulnerable individuals. Schools may reopen. Visitation to LTC centers should be prohibited. Large venues, restaurants, and gyms may operate under moderate physical distancing protocols. Bars may open with diminished occupancy.

Downward trajectory (or near-zero incidence) of documented cases for at least 14 days after entering Phase 1. NOT MET
Downward trajectory (or near-zero percent positive) of positive tests as a percentage of total tests for 14 days after entering Phase 1 (flat or increasing volume of tests). NOT MET
Jurisdiction inpatient & ICU beds <75%. Full Staff. No shortage in last week. PPE supplies adequate for >4 days. PARTIALLY MET 1,3
Test availability such that percentage of positive tests is ≤15% for 14 days. Median time from test order to result is ≤3 days. PARTIALLY MET 2

 

Phase 3

Vulnerable individuals may resume public interactions, but should practice social distancing and take precautionary measures. All other activities may return to normal. Businesses are no longer restricted. Visitation to LTC may resume, with strong recommendations for taking precautions. Large venues, restaurants, and gyms may operate under limited physical distancing protocols. Bars may return to normal occupancy.

Downward trajectory (or near-zero incidence) of documented cases for at least 14 days after entering Phase 2. NOT MET
Downward trajectory (or near-zero percent positive) of positive tests as a percentage of total tests for at least 14 days after entering Phase 2 (flat or increasing volume of tests). NOT MET
Jurisdiction inpatient & ICU beds <70%. Full Staff. No shortage in last week. PPE supplies adequate for >4 days. PARTIALLY MET 1,3
Test availability such that the percentage of positive tests is ≤10% for 14 days. Median time from test order to result is ≤2 days. NOT MET 2

 

Explanation of Statuses

Met Parameters described are confidently and fully satisfied.
Possibly Met Parameters described are not confidently satisfied but sufficiently satisfied, if not fully.
Partially Met Parameters described are not confidently nor sufficiently satisfied, but some aspect is met.
Not Met Parameters described are not satisfied with confidence.

 
1. 5 largest hospitals in the state have no ICU beds available. 4 additional hospitals are at >95%. 3 additional hospitals are at >90%. “Some of Mississippi’s biggest hospitals are running out of beds, health experts warn”. wlbt.com. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
2. 19 August 2020: >13%, Turnaround time varies greatly by testing center, but average times seem to be 24-48 hours for MPHL testing, though private testing is closer to a week.
3. As of 4 August 2020 – ICU Bed Availability:16% (L1:0%, L2:34%, L3:45%, L4:12%, Other:9%), Bed Availability:31%. No data on staff shortages or PPE supplies. Assumed adequate. “Tracking COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Mississippi 8/4/2020: Resource Availability and Utilizations”. msdh.ms.gov. Retrieved 19 August 2020.