Since Gov. Tate Reeves lifted the mask mandate in Mississippi’s counties, many of the state’s mayors have chosen to keep a mask mandate in place in their towns and cities.Edwards Mayor Marcus Wallace said his town has been greatly impacted by the virus.“A sergeant, who was very dedicated to the town of Edwards passed. A retired officer passed. Several families have contracted the virus and within days, family members passed,” Wallace said. “I had my own journey with COVID and pneumonia. I have had to quarantine my police department three times.”Wallace said he understands the economic impact the virus has had, but he’s concerned with the governor’s decision to lift mask mandates across the state.“Money is like oxygen — we need it to breathe. And

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