Thursday, January 21, 2021

A Cloudy Day

Cloudy Day!  Reading can make a Cloudy Day Sunny. Check out our book collection.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccinations Providers

Method A

COVID-19 Vaccination Providers  for Adults Aged 65 and Older, as of January 12, 2021 by county

You must call your local providers 

Copiah City Drug Pharmacy and Gifts

113 Bo Bo Drive

 Crystal Springs 39059



 Copiah Copiah County Medical Center

27190 HWY 28

 Hazlehurst 39083


Method B

Please schedule an appointment online through our UMMC partners. When you arrive for testing, expect vaccination and related paperwork to take about 10 minutes. We also have a 15-minute observation period after vaccination. Use the link below to schedule an appointment, or call (877) 978-6453 if scheduling online isn't convenient.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Copiah Jefferson Regional Library System Survey

  Thank you, and have a great day! 

Please click the link below to print the:
 Copiah Jefferson Regional Library System Survey

Please print and mail to:
Copiah Jefferson Regional Library
223 S Extension St
Hazlehurst, MS 39083

Email to:

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Free COVID-19 Testing

 All Mississippians can be tested for COVID-19 free of charge by appointment at regularly scheduled county health department locations. Free drive-through testing is offered by MSDH in partnership with the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC).

Click the link below for latest information,22406,420,874.html

Monday, August 3, 2020

Wear a mask, Stay Home, Save a life today, The life you save may be your own!

Harvard health official: Miss. will become number one in the nation for COVID-19
Coronavirus (Source: AP)
By Justin Dixon | August 2, 2020 at 12:43 PM CDT - Updated August 3 at 4:58 AM
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute Ashish K. Jha predicts that Mississippi will become number one in the nation for COVID-19 based on numbers per capita.
“Mississippi will become [the] nation’s #1 in new cases/population. Already #1 on test [positivity],” Jha wrote on Twitter.
In a series of tweets, Jha highlighted several issues that he believes are contributing to the rising number of positive cases.
Jha first addressed the state’s COVID-19 testing along with hospitalizations and death rates.
“First, data. Compared to two weeks ago, Mississippi testing [is] down 8% while cases [are] up 37%. So that means test positivity is up. Way up. Actually [the] highest in the nation at 22%. Hospitalizations are up [and the] daily death toll [is] up nearly 2X in [the] past 2 weeks.”
Despite the increased numbers of cases and deaths, Governor Tate Reeves does not think another state shut down is necessary.
“The vast majority of Mississippians are small business owners and folks who work in small businesses, whereby if they don’t show up to work, they don’t get paid. If they don’t get paid, they can’t put food on the table for their kids and grandkids,” Reeves stated last week during a press brief.