Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Severe tornadoes that tore across the South over the weekend into Monday have killed more than 30 people and destroyed over 1 million homes and businesses, further demoralizing a population reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic.In Alabama, people huddled in community shelters to seek shelter while wearing masks to cover their faces against COVID-19. A mobile-home park that saw multiple deaths after a tornado hit over the weekend in Chatsworth, Georgia. (AP)A twister demolished a Mississippi home save for a concrete room where a married couple and their children survived unharmed, but 11 others died in the state.About 85 miles from Atlanta in the mountains of north Georgia, a couple remained in bed as a suspected twister splintered the rest of the home. Both survived without injuries.Nine died in South Carolina, Gov. Henry McMaster said, and coroners said eight people died in Georgia. Tennessee officials said three people were killed in and around Chattanooga, and others died under falling trees or inside collapsed buildings in Arkansas and North Carolina.MISSISSIPPI GOV DESCRIBES TORNADOES ‘THE LIKE OF WHICH WE HAVEN’T SEEN IN THIS STATE IN A LONG, LONG TIME’ With further


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