Crystal Springs Mayor Sally Garland said things are quiet around town, and there is nothing really new related to coronavirus. Garland said it seems to her people are staying in and helping others, which is exactly what needs to happen in order to beat the virus. She mentioned those who have been making masks for healthcare workers and asked everyone to help those who need it. While we are stuck in this situation, Garland suggests helping others who may not have everything they need by providing groceries to those who may not be able to get out. “Day by day, we’ll get through this if we look out for one another and limit our exposure as much as possible. Sheriff Byron Swilley asks everyone to sanitize their hands and limit their contact with others, including gatherings. Coronavirus will continue to be a problem until we limit gatherings, he said. Copiah County added one additional COVID-19 case Tuesday, bringing the total confirmed cases in the county to nine. Statewide, there are 937 confirmed cases, and there have been 20 deaths.