Update on COVID-19 in Missouri

Gov Parson Press Briefing

On Monday, a statewide stay at home order went into effect in Missouri. This order, put into place by Governor Parson, is meant to help flatten the COVID-19 curve. Essential businesses such as grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and gas stations are still open to the public, and many have put in extra safety precautions for customers. For more information and guidance on how to follow the stay at home order please visit the governor's website.

As of Thursday morning, the total COVID-19 case count in Missouri was nearly 3,400, and the death toll was 58. Tune into Governor Parson's daily press conference at 3 p.m. for updated numbers, or visit the Department of Social Services COVID-19 page.

April 14, 2020 - 8:15am

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