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Courtney Ann Jackson


Jackson, MS, United States

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Recent articles by Courtney:

Doctors address COVID booster shot confusion

Booster shots are sparking a lot of conversation and confusion. → Read More

Mississippi nearing 50% for those who have received at least one dose of COVID vaccine

The number of Mississippians getting vaccinated has mostly dropped off each week for the last couple of months. But there are still efforts to boost the overall numbers. → Read More

‘It could’ve been us.’ Visit Mississippi Director shares his 9/11 story of being in NYC that day

Visit Mississippi Director Craig Ray was in New York City serving as Special Assistant to the President, Deputy Director of Advance for Special Events on September 11, 2001. → Read More

What full FDA approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine means for Mississippi

There are currently 35% of Mississippians fully vaccinated. → Read More

Is it COVID or a cold? Doctors warn it’s better to be safe than sorry

COVID, allergies or cold? Doctors say it's not always easy for patients to figure out. → Read More

Vaccination rate increasing in Mississippi amid latest Delta surge

Mississippi COVID cases have trended upwards but recently the vaccinations have, as well. → Read More

Hospital leaders explain why “COVID-19 System of Care” impacts more than just COVID patients

Maybe you think an order for hospitals it doesn't impact you and your family. The reality is that it was done as a way to balance out the capacity to care for you—whether it's COVID or something else. → Read More

Governor Reeves calls latest CDC guidance “foolish” and ‘harmful’

Neshoba County Fair political speeches cover COVID, teachers, critical race theory and more. → Read More

Doctors on the front lines of combating vaccine hesitancy

Doctors around Mississippi say they're sticking to the science as they work to have conversations with those not yet vaccinated. → Read More

Mississippi natives ready to compete in Tokyo Olympics

Brittney Reese and Shelby McEwen are among the list of folks with Mississippi ties who will be competing in the Tokyo Olympic games. → Read More

Parents worry about the start of school amid rising COVID cases

As COVID cases climb, there are renewed questions about how the school year will be impacted. → Read More

Delta variant sparking increased COVID-19 hospitalizations in Mississippi

COVID-19 is again causing a rise in hospitalizations and those are across age groups. → Read More

Mississippi doctors still urging folks to get vaccinated as Delta variant becomes dominant COVID strain

Mississippi has just over 30 percent of its population fully vaccinated and the Delta variant has become the dominant strain. → Read More

Parole eligibility set to expand in Mississippi under new law

Thousands of Mississippi prisoners will soon be eligible for parole because of a new state law. → Read More

Statewide human trafficking campaign launches

A statewide campaign was launched Monday that aims to better educate about human trafficking and target resources to those who may encounter victims. → Read More

Where things stand one month after Supreme Court ruled and overturned Initiative 65

It's been a month since the Supreme Court ruled that Initiative 65 was unconstitutional. → Read More

Mississippi still only state without an equal law on the books

Equal pay is a national topic but the situation is worse for women in Mississippi. → Read More

Assessing cybersecurity in Mississippi

Ransomware is a more common occurrence than you may realize. And cybersecurity needs are becoming more complex. → Read More

New monoclonal antibody treatment cleared for use by the FDA

A third monoclonal antibody treatment will soon be an option and hospitals like King's Daughters Medical Center say they plan to make it their primary treatment for mild to moderate COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Revenge porn law set to take effect in Mississippi July 1

Distribution of revenge porn will soon be a crime in Mississippi. → Read More