Tag Archives: Mike Parson

Coronavirus Latest: St. Louis hospitalizations increase to new record | News Headlines

[ad_1] ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. 2:20 p.m. The number of people hospitalized in St. Louis with COVID-19 went up again Thursday, with the virus showing no signs of letting up in the area. As of Thursday, 681 people were …

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Coronavirus Latest: Missouri sets new record in new cases as positivity rate continues to rise | News Headlines

[ad_1] ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. 10:42 am Missouri sets new case records Missouri on Thursday reported a new record number of new COVID-19 cases in a single day. The state said 4,603 people tested positive in the last 24 …

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56 residents of Missouri veterans homes die of coronavirus | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Gov. Mike Parson, on Oct. 2, called for an external review of operations at the veterans homes but didn’t say how many veterans had died. Melchert said the commission informed staff members on Monday that the St. Louis law firm Armstrong Teasdale would handle the external review of the …

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U.S. Coronavirus Cases Rise, and Near Seven Million

[ad_1] Newly reported U.S. coronavirus cases rose from a day earlier as Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam became the second governor in a week to test positive for the virus, and restrictions eased in Florida and Michigan. The U.S. reported about 44,000 new cases Thursday, up from about 37,000 on Wednesday …

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Positive COVID-19 cases slow — for now — in Missouri, St. Louis | Coronavirus

[ad_1] The county will also use the funds to provide another 2,500 tablet computers for families that need them and offer access to an online professional tutoring service, tutor.com, to every student in St. Louis County. St. Louis city reported no new deaths and 42 new cases Sunday, for a …

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Missouri governor’s comments on coronavirus, McCloskeys raise eyebrows | Coronavirus

[ad_1] He emphasized that people who are at high risk of becoming seriously ill should be protected but said most people in the state were smart enough to figure out how to stay safe without government interventions such as mask mandates. “We gotta move on,” he said. “We can’t just …

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Editorial: Why is someone altering coronavirus data on Missouri’s official website? | Editorial

[ad_1] Cox says the dashboard’s main infection counts are regularly updated to weed-out positive test results from patients who previously tested positive and who returned for subsequent tests. She also said positive results from people who are tested for the presence of antibodies — meaning they were likely once contagious …

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As other states cancel fairs, new coronavirus numbers aren’t derailing Missouri plans | Political Fix

[ad_1] “We are very much working with our partners boxing it in there,” Williams said. Other Midwestern states have pulled the plug on their fairs over concerns about spreading the deadly virus through the normal course of a fair, where people gather in crowds, stand in lines and share carnival …

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As other states ramp up contact tracing in coronavirus fight, Missouri still studying issue | Political Fix

[ad_1] Dr. Randall Williams, director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, leaves for lunch on the first day of hearings between Planned Parenthood and the department on Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, at the Wainwright State Office Building in St. Louis.  Photo by Laurie Skrivan, lskrivan@post-dispatch.com Laurie Skrivan …

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