Reeves urges all Mississippi schools to extend spring breaks through March 20

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TUPELO, MS – NOVEMBER 01: Mississippi Lieutenant Governor and Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tate Reeves speaks to reporters before appearing with President Donald Trump at a “Keep America Great” campaign rally at BancorpSouth Arena on November 1, 2019 in Tupelo, Mississippi. Trump is campaigning in Mississippi ahead of state elections where Reeves is in a close race with Democrat Jim Hood. (Photo by Brandon Dill/Getty Images)

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JACKSON, Miss. — Governor Tate Reeves urged all schools to extend their spring breaks until March 20.

The governor met with the state’s pandemic response team over the weekend and decided the best course of action for now is to keep students out of schools.

They will make decisions about beyond that in the next couple of days.

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