Gov. Reeves warned today that a sudden spike in coronavirus cases poses an "imminent threat" to Mississippi's health care system. Hospitalizations are on the rise and Reeves is worried that the increased number of patients will overburden those medical facilities. He says he's prepared to do "whatever it takes" to keep that from happening. But the governor is not ready to return to any of the measures that were ordered earlier in the outbreak. In fact, he had been hoping to begin July by removing the remaining restrictions. But now he says the reopening has been "paused".