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Published on March 18th, 2020 | by TLV News


State of Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control has Temporarily OKed Curbside Pick-up of Wine and Liquor at Package Stores

It is now legal to place an order over the phone with a package store and then pick it up curbside across the state of Mississippi.

The State of Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control passed a temporary amendment on March 16, 2020 and will be valid for 120 days.

To place an order, call your favorite liquor store and they will help you.

Here is the full text of the amendment:

Chapter 03
Permitted Premises Where Alcoholic Beverages Are Sold
Except as stated herein, all sales of alcoholic beverages shall be made inside the permitted premises. If the Governor of the State of Mississippi has declared a State of Emergency or the Commissioner otherwise determines it is in the best interest of the State to do so, permitted sales for package retailers may include orders and payment through the telephone or electronically through the internet, with curbside pickup for customers in the parking lot of the package retailers. The Department will issue a public announcement if curbside service is authorized.

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