|Ask Dr. Echols|
Dr. Fredrick Echols, Acting Director, for the Department of Health for the City of St. Louis, answers your questions about COVID-19.
|Delays Continue in Processing COVID-19 Test Results|
Delayed reporting from the laboratories combined with delays in data entry at DHSS may also present inaccurate pictures of the impact of the virus when results are finally issued and the data entry backlog is resolved.
|COVID-19 Community Testing Event at Central Baptist Church|
Although not required, pre-registration is being offered online at cbcstl.org or by calling 314-
329-0310. No medical information is needed but a valid state ID or driver’s license is required.
A parent or guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age. Walk-up or Drive-In
testing will be available.
|Health Commissioner's Order No. 9|
Order number nine on 5/22/2020, amends and supplements previous Health Commissioner Order 8 and becomes effective at 4 pm on May 22, 2020
|Guidance for Gyms and Fitness Centers in the City of St. Louis|
Gyms, fitness centers, & related entitities protocols
|Guidance for Pools and Aquatic Centers in the City of St. Louis|
Guidance and protocols for pools and aquatic centers in the City of St. Louis
|Guidance for Cultural Institutions, Destinations, Attractions and Large Venues in the City of St. Louis|
Guidance and protocols for cultural institutions/destinations & attractions/large venues (i.e. Zoo, Aquarium, Arch, Science Center, Museums, Theatres, and Similar Venues)
Guidance for various groups on reopening
|Department of Health’s Clergy Advisory Board Begins Strengthening Its Foundation|
Department of Health Clergy Advisory Board and charges itself to work for optimum health for all residents
|City of St. Louis to Begin Gradually Reopening on May 18|
Public health restrictions in St. Louis City and St. Louis County would begin to be reduced starting on Monday, May 18
Information regarding expenses and fund commitments of the City of St. Louis as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data on this site will be refreshed weekly by Monday with information through the preceding Friday.
|COVID-19 Associated Deaths in City of St Louis Reach 28|
City of St. Louis Department of Health COVID-19 associated deaths reach 28.
|City of St. Louis 30 Day Action Report|
On March 16, 2020, the City of St. Louis Department of Health received confirmation of its first positive case of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19.
Over the past 30 days, the City of St. Louis has implemented several steps to limit social interactions and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, and protect the health and safety of its more than 300,000 people and businesses.
|New COVID-19 Associated Death Announced|
As of 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, 2020, there were nine pending COVID-19 test results approved by the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services, 181 persons being monitored, and 743 positive cases in the City of St. Louis.
|Use of Masks by the General Public|
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
The latest novel coronavirus COVID-19 data and maps for the City of St. Louis, MO
|Economic Support and Recovery Resources|
Economic Support and Recovery Resources to help small businesses in the City of St. Louis and individuals and families during and post the COVID-19 Emergency
|Health Update: Laboratory Testing for COVID-19 Expanded|
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clinical criteria for a COVID-19 person under investigation have been developed based on what
is known about COVID-19 and are subject to change as additional information becomes available.