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What's Up in Oxford?

We hope you all are doing well and staying healthy. There are constant changes in the COVID-19 development as we as a nation are trying to keep it contained. As of Monday, March 16th, there are no known cases in Lafayette County. Oxford is doing the best they can to keep people home and safe from the fast-spreading virus.

To receive the most recent information, the City of Oxford has created a website for updates regarding closures, assistance, etc. You can visit or search #ServingOxfordSafely on social media to see what local businesses are offering. You also can reach out to the Serving Oxford Hotline at 662-238-2793 to get more COVID-19 information or to request delivery assistance if quarantined. The Mississippi State Department of Health has also set up a page for future updates or you can call the state hotline at 1-877-978-6453.

There have been changes in most local businesses with some offering delivery, shipping, and curbside pickup to help citizens as we face this pandemic. The City of Oxford announced this morning that they have "Reserved” parking spots around the Square for curbside pickup to encourage patrons to shop local. Just look for the red RESERVED covers on the meters, call the store from which you are making a purchase, and they will walk your purchase out to you. You never have to leave the car!

We have tried to gather some information for you guys to let you know what’s going on in Oxford. Here are a few things that we have learned:

What medical businesses have COVID-19 testing?

· Red Med

· Internal Medicine Associates of Oxford, PA

· Oxford Urgent Care

· Family Medicine Group of Oxford

What retail stores are offering curbside pickup, delivery and/or shipping?

· Olive Juice

· Lily Pad

· Katherine Beck

· Bette’s Flowers

· Chaney’s Pharmacy

· Oxford Floral

· Zoe

· Lulu’s

· Square Books

· Cicada

· Hinton & Hinton

· Oxford Rx Pharmacy

· Amy Head Cosmetics

· My Michelle’s/Taste: Like Home

What restaurants are offering curbside pickup, delivery and/or drive-thru?

The Board of Aldermen met Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at 5:00pm and all voted to close ALL restaurant dining areas. All restaurants within Lafayette county will be curbside pickup and delivery ONLY for the next 15 days. We will keep you all informed on any changes.

We at Parents of Ole Miss Students are going to do our absolute best to keep you informed. Please continue to follow guidelines of social distancing in hopes that you, your student and your community can slow the spread of COVID-19.

March 17, 2020

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