As Mississippi residents muster through the second week of a COVID-19 shelter-in-place order, Gov. Tate Reeves announced two programs that can provide some relief.“Please stay strong. This is the hardest time,” Reeves said. “I know what’s being asked of you is not easy. It’s not even close to being easy.”Residents are staying home, schools are closed for the remainder of the semester and social distancing practices are having an effect on the spread of the coronavirus, Reeves said.“It hurts, but it is working,” Reeves said. “You are saving your neighbors’ lives.”The governor said COVID-19 is not only creating a health emergency, it has also created a financial crisis, as a record number of Mississippians are out of work because of the virus. Reeves announced Wednesday

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