msdh covid 19 prevention guidance

Health Officials Update K-12 COVID Guidance  for 2021-2022 School Year 

By Clinton Courier | July 17, 2021

Today MSDH is releasing updated Public Health Guidance for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in Mississippi K-12 settings for the 2021-2022 school year – consistent with CDC guidelines.   Mississippi State Department of Health Public Health Guidance: All eligible students, teachers, and staff 12 years of age and older should receive COVID-19 vaccination. Masks…

Kim Mays-Robinson, LMSW

5 lessons we should learn during the current crisis

By Clinton Courier | June 28, 2021

By Kim Mays-Robinson, LMSW For over a year, our lives have been entangled with many crises: a pandemic, a struggling economy, and a slew of racial tensions – just to name a few. Much of our resilience has been overtaken and replaced with traces of fear and anxiety, depression, and uncertainty. There is no doubt…

Health and Wellness Care

By Clinton Courier | May 25, 2021

If last year hasn’t taught us anything, it taught us how important our health and wellness care is. People would ask what’s the difference between health and wellness care. Health is a state of being and wellness is a healthy living. During the pandemic it gave us time to think about our health and wellness…