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A visual look at coronavirus cases in Missouri and Kansas, as ...
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Missouri state COVID-19 recorded the first death and cases rose to 24. Illinois recorded more than 100 new cases in one day, to raise a total of 288 cases of the new coronavirus.

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Here is the latest on the impact of the coronavirus in Missouri and Metro East:

Wednesday, 18 Mar:

9:00

Congress Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) released a statement saying he would self-quarantine after being in a meeting with colleagues last week were positive COVID-19.

6:50 p.m.

St Charles County Department of Public Health announced their first positive test for COVID-19. This case related to travel and the patient, a woman in her 20s, had been quarantined at home. He was tested by a private laboratory.

The health department monitors 191 people.

6:00 p.m.

A total of 24 citizens of Missouri have tested positive for COVID-19, Governor Mike Parson announced Wednesday night. Parson said mobile testing unit has been established and the National Guard is on stand-by for help.

5:30 p.m.

St. Louis County officials announced late Wednesday they have identified another positive case of COVID-19. They had 32 negative tests.

The case confirmed Wednesday, is 30-40 years old and it is related travel. The nature of travel, both domestically and internationally, is still under investigation.

county has five positive cases and the number now stands at 19. Missouri

Shortly after the announcement, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page said he signed an executive order that prohibits meetings of groups of 10 people or more. People who are planning a meeting of nine people were asked to take extra measures to minimize close contact and further exposure, according to the executive order.

4:40 p.m.

Washington University announced Wednesday afternoon two doctors they have tested positive for the new coronavirus.

One lives in St. Louis City and other Resides in St. Louis County.

They currently do not work with patients and are in quarantine. It is unclear at this time if this is a new case, or just information about patients who have tested positive.

positive addition, two undergrad student has also been tested for COVID-19. The two students recently traveled to the United States from Denmark, but did not return to campus.

Mayor Lyda Krewson announced no positive cases of alleged both coronavirus in St. Louis City.

4:35

Illinois Commerce Commission agreed to stop the threat of termination and termination of Illinois electricity, natural gas, water and wastewater utilities for health emergencies Public.

command also called for the utility to suspend a late payment fee until May 1, or the crisis has passed, and to apply a credit to the utility and collection procedures are flexible to ensure customers stay connected to utility services is important when a state of emergency ends.

4:30

University of Missouri-Columbia officials asked students to come out of university housing. “It was a difficult decision for us,” said Vice Provost for Student Affairs William B. Stackman “However, to encourage you to leave campus Residential Life is the best way to support the health and well-being and community.”

Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Wednesday announced coronavirus first death in the state occurred in Boone County, without giving further details.

4:25

Webster University announced it will bring the online-only classes until the end of the spring semester as a precaution amid concerns coronavirus.

3:35

In a press conference Wednesday, Columbia, Missouri mayor announced Tuesday patients who tested positive for the new coronavirus has died.

respondents six emergency care for patients all been quarantined.

Patients in their 60s and contracted the virus through travel.

3:30 p.m.

St. Clair County Health Department says a third person alleged positive test for COVID-19 in this area. Officials said the man in his 50s but did not say if the case is related to travel or not.

3:00

Jefferson County became the latest region to ban the dine-in service at the restaurant and bar. Restrictions began on 20 and effective for 15 days.

2:50 p.m.

MayorLyda Krewson Wednesday announced the city limits did not encounter more than 10 people, according to federal recommendations.

The restrictions will take effect Friday when the restrictions on bars and restaurants also started.

closed court, and many government employees will work remotely, but the city would still be manageable for essential services.

2:40

St Louis Metropolitan Police Department said officers would limit their responses in people for certain non-emergency incidents such as larcenies, destruction of property, missing persons, thefts or car break -in. department says officers will not respond personally when these crimes took place and if there is no obvious suspects to chase.

The department said people who witness this crime they can call the police non-emergency line at 314-231-1212.

officer will respond to violent crimes and incidents took place but the people will be asked additional questions prior to the supervisor decided to send an officer to a scene.

2:30

Illinois officials announced 128 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total confirmed COVID 19 cases to 288 in 17 counties throughout Illinois. Now there are three cases in St. Clair County, three in Clinton County and one in Madison County in the display area News 4.

Officials say the new coronavirus has hit patients ages 9 to 91.

2:30

Warren officials announced all the restaurants, coffee shops, bars and clubs have to close to the public begin March 19 food establishments can still offer a drive-thru, delivery and pick-up service.

1:55

St Louis Fire Department is closing the facility to the public. Department announced Wednesday that the license can be found online, completed and delivered. inspection of fire has stopped and unsafe building conditions can be called in or reported. STL FD said they were fully staffed. The closure is in effect until further notice.

12:45

Missouri Governor Mike Parson said in the coming days the country will have the ability to test 7.000 to 10.000 patients thanks to the University of Missouri and Washington University to develop its own tests to COVID-19 ,

Because of that, he said residents should expect the number of confirmed cases increased throughout Missouri.

11:00 a.m.

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker was in the Metro East Wednesday morning for his daily briefing in COVID-19.

Although no new cases were reported in the state, Pritzker does not provide clarity on why he activated the National Guard.

The governor said he activated 60 guard from 1300 estimates. He said they are considering using them in a variety of missions. One thing they will start to do is provide food to students who are on free or reduced lunch and are now getting food at school.

He said they considered using the National Guard as a judge primary election Tuesday but did not.

The country is also looking into the possibility of using a separate tent for patients with respiratory problems of people go to the hospital for other issues. The guards could help in preparing their tents.

Pritzker said 160 cases in Illinois span 15 counties and ages ranging from 9-91.

“This number will get much worse before they get better,” said Pritzker.

10:33 a.m.

St. Louis City recorded two confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

Mayor Lyda Krewson tweeted that the case, confirmed Tuesday night, comes with the threat of “public exposure.”

Mayor Krewson said people continue to go to work in the city while showing symptoms.

There are no signs of immediate transmission of the community, said Krewson.

10:11

Missouri city election has been scheduled for 7 April would be postponed to 2 June 2020.

Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced an order Wednesday morning.

Executive Order states:

5:45

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker has activated the National Guard to help the country fight the outbreak of coronavirus. On Tuesday, the first recorded COVID Illinois-19 related deaths.

Pritzker will speak Wednesday about the number of cases is growing day by day.

In recent days, three positive cases have been confirmed in the Metro East. The latest is a man in his 30s from Madison County. She recently and haAlready self-quarantined after returning from Europe.

Then a few days ago, two women in St Clair County tested positive for COVID-19. A woman is 60s and the other in her 70s. The two women traveling abroad and also quarantined.

On Wednesday morning, Illinois had 160 cases tested positive in 1500 and one death. In Missouri, there were 15 cases of 266 tested positive.

Tuesday, March 17:

For more information about viruses and security guidelines, visit the CDC website at. The St. Louis County Health hotline is 314-615-2660 or visit the website of the county’s on to learn more.

9:00

Mercy officials say they have the busiest day yet of COVID-19 test in Chesterfield drive-thru test the site. A total of 90 people were tested on Tuesday, compared to 52 people on Monday.

8:00

Officials in Madison County, Illinois said a man in his 30s tested positive for COVID-19. Officials say this case is related to travel and practice their own patient quarantine after returning. This is the first case of COVID-19 in Madison County bringing the total cases in Illinois to 161.

6:30 p.m.

St. Louis City will offer free meals for students while schools remain closed.

5:45 p.m.

Missouri health officials announced the number of positive cases in the state has risen to 15. One new case was confirmed in St. Louis County. Officials said patients aged between 60 and 70 years. Now there are four confirmed cases COVID-19 in St. Louis County.

4:47 p.m.

St. The store Louis’ locally owned announced changes to their hours and special hours for senior shopping.

schnucks said they appoint 6 am to 7 am everyday as exclusive shopping time for customers aged 60+ and those most at risk of COVID-19 due to underlying health conditions. They also announced 81 of the center 112 courtesy of their stores will close to dedicate employees to the checkout lane. For full schnucks information,

Dierbergs changed their hours to 08: 00-10: 00, in an effort to provide relevant time to clean and restock the shelves. 08: 00-09: 00 every day will be reserved for adults age 60+ and those with a medical condition that causes the immune system is compromised

Yesterday, Fields Foods announced a similar program for senior buyer, 07: 00-08 : 00 ..

Fields Foods will also limit the amount of cleaning products, water bottles and paper products that can be purchased per visit.

3:20 p.m.

St. Louis bar and restaurant area will have to stop the dine-in service Thursday at midnight following the executive order signed in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County and Franklin County. Similar measures have been enacted in Illinois. The restaurant can remain open for dine-out, drive-thru and delivery.

3:00 p.m.

Officials at the University of Missouri Health Care announced the launch of a virtual service visits for people concerned about the symptoms of coronavirus. Officials said the screening would allow anyone with concerns to speak to a health professional without having to physically go to a clinic and potentially exposing others to the virus. This service will cost $ 10.

2:35 p.m.

Gov. Pritzker announced Tuesday, the State of Illinois has recorded the first fatality as a result of the new coronavirus.

The victim was a woman of Chicago 60s.

There are also 22 positive tests in DuPage assisted facility where residents tested positive for the last week-18 residents and four staff.

live until 02:30 Tuesday, 160 patients tested positive Illinois COVID-19.

2:00

St Louis Symphony Orchestra has canceled or postponed all performances through April 12

The coach can do one of the following :.

• Exchange your ticket for each concert later in the season 2019/2020; all exchange fee will be waived.

• Donate your ticket value to slso and receive a tax deduction for the total value of the tickets.

• Exchange your ticket for the prize slso. certificate, which can be used at any time

• Receive a refund for the ticket value

1:50

(KCTV). – Jackson County Health Department announced Tuesday the county’s test positive first allegation of the new coronavirus.

“We know that COVID-19 came, and we have prepared in accordance with the individual monitoring, educating public, and working with our partners at all levels, “said Jackson County Health Department Director Bridgette Shaffer in a release.

health department officials said the patient was a woman in her 80s who had not traveled recently.

officials also noted cases were identified through a private laboratory.

Cass County has a presumptive positive first Monday night, and Johnson in Kansas has had several cases in the past two weeks. On Monday, there were 8 test positive for coronavirus in Missouri.

1:30

In response to the ongoing COVID the 19th plague, Macy’s announced Tuesday it would temporarily close all stores by the end of business today.

The closure will last until March 31 and will affect all of Macy’s, Bloomingdale, bluemercury, Backstage Macy’s, Bloomingdales Outlet and Market by Macy.

12:30

Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced that the casino will close at midnight until March 30.

Parson said he consulted with the Missouri Gaming Commission to close casino to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Illinois casinos closed their last day.

9:45 a.m.

According to the St. Louis County, the number of telephone calls to their hotline coronavirus spiked Monday.

The record indicates a hotline took about 13 calls Sunday, March 15 Later on Monday, the figure jumped to 695 calls.

Calls screened into three categories: Tier 1 is general information, Tier 2 is the preventive measures and Tier 3 is high risk exposure levels

Missouri State Highway Patrol has suspended all drivers. road test. Written tests will still be available.

6:00 a.m.

As the numbers stand Tuesday morning, Illinois has 105 COVID 19 cases while Missouri has eight.

The latest case in Missouri, including people aged between 50-60 years in St. Louis County and a SLU student at St. Louis City. Both men have recently internationally.

St. Louis City Hall is scheduled to open at 8:00 but anyone heading into the building will have their temperature taken. If your temperature is higher than 100.4 degrees, you have to return home and will not be allowed in the building.

Grace still do drive-thru testing. Since opening the clinic Saturday, the hospital said 135 people had been tested.

“So far, we’re stretched thin. We do not have a lot of calls out. We do not have a lot of people in quarantine themselves, but because it has not really hit the hospital,” said spokesman Joe Poelker grace. “It has not really hit the public yet. A lot of what we are doing now is prevention.”

As for the pet parent, Stray Rescue announced it will open as a pet food pantry for community members in need. Stray Rescue will give you a bag of pet food to anyone in need.

If you or your neighbors need help, call the shelter at 314-771-6121 or e-mail julia [at] to schedule a pick up time.

“Our hearts go out to those people temporarily out of work and directly affected by the current financial,” said Cassady Caldwell, Executive Director.

It is recommended to bring your own container .

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