COVID-19 News & Updates

The City of Marshall works in partnership with Harrison County, Marshall-Harrison County Health District, and CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System - Marshall to monitor the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our area. 

The information disseminated to the public is the best determination from the data available at the time of posting. Please note that the reporting of data can be difficult to process due to the number of facilities, agencies, and departments involved.   Testing data will be updated weekly. 

Harrison County Report: 

The City of Marshall uses the report published by the Office of the Harrison County Judge Chad Sims. This report was issued on April 12, 2021.

Confirmed Cases - 2,425

Probable Cases - 2,304

Total New Cases - 33

New Fatalities - 0

Total Fatalities - 105

Total Recoveries – 4,672

Total Active Cases of COVID-19 – 63

Average New Cases Per Day - 5

  1. Marshall New Declaration of Local Disaster and Public Health Emergency

    Mayor Terri Brown issued a New Declaration of Local Disaster and Public Health Emergency Related to Communicable Disease on June 4, 2020. Read on...
  2. Marshall Responds to Executive Order GA-28

    In response to Governor Abbott’s Executive Order, the City of Marshall will follow the provisions of GA-28 issued on June 26, 2020. Read on...
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