Coronavirus (COVID-19) — Missouri Public Health Updates
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Vaccine Rollout as of Aug 10:
Total Distributed: 12,788,605. Total Administered: 9,396,090.MO Vaccine DashboardCDC COVID-19 Vaccines
Visit your state's vaccine dashboard to learn more about their distribution guidelines. The CDC also has updated information on COVID-19 vaccines, including recommendations processes, differences about the different types, their benefits, safety data, and frequently asked questions.Crisis Text Line
Call 877-435-8411 for more information (responders are available from 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., and translation services are available).
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1 day ago · Missouri COVID-19 Coronavirus update by county with statistics and graphs: total and new cases, deaths per day, current active cases, recoveries, historical data, trends, projections, and timeline.
Question: Can an employer participate in Missouri’s Shared Work program whose business has temporarily declined due to the coronavirus (COVID-19)? Answer: An employer can participate in a Shared Work plan if they meet the eligibility requirements for Missouri’s Shared Work program. It can be a particularly beneficial program in returning ...
DESE-Related Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information. If you are currently administering tests within the school setting using the states’ CLIA Waiver and standing physician order and you plan to order a supply of tests for at-home distribution, please review/revise your existing testing plan to include the at-home testing option and send those new testing plans to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Apr 01, 2020 · Latest trends. An average of 2,609 cases per day were reported in Missouri in the last week.Cases have increased by 28 percent from the average two weeks ago.Deaths have increased by 2 percent ...
Missouri’s allocation totals $1.96 billion, 90 percent of which will be distributed directly to LEAs to spend on a wide range of allowable uses to respond to COVID-19. DESE will use the remaining 10 percent of the funds to address the impact of COVID-19 through state-level projects and initiatives.
Jul 20, 2022 · Missouri is in the same boat as much of the nation with its spread of the coronavirus. Dr. Steven Lawrence, an infectious disease specialist at Washington University in St. Louis, said most of the ...
Apr 01, 2022 · Over the last two years in Missouri’s emergency response, we expanded capabilities in areas of PPE, testing, vaccinations, hospital capacity, data collection and treatments for COVID-19 that allows us to move to our next phase of recovery. Show Me Strong Recovery: Public Health. Interactive, printable booklet capturing Missouri’s COVID-19 ...