Joplin’s first presumptive positive COVID-19 case announced Here is the press release from the City of Joplin Website: The Joplin Health Department today announces the first presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in an adult
From Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Twitter: 183 positive cases of COVID-19 in Missouri. Missouri’s COVID-19 stats as of March 22: *183 positive It is critically important for EVERYONE to obey the new order
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As of Thursday’s press conference with Missouri Governor Mike Parson, there were 28 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri. These numbers will be updated daily at 9:00am and 9:00pm on the health department
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President Donald Trump signed an economic relief bill to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. The bill will ensure free testing and paid leave for certain workers, hours after the Senate passed the measure on
Missouri’s First Coronavirus Fatality Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced the state’s first fatality from COVID-19 at Wednesday’s press conference.
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