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An employee test positive for Covid-19, Clinton City Hall, Jefferson Street, Clinton, MS, USA

December 17, 2020 12:00 PM

Jefferson Street, Clinton, 39056 Mississippi, United States

An employee at Clinton City Hall located on Jefferson Street in Clinton recently tested positive for Covid-19

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