COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
Updated information regarding the novel coronavirus COVID-19, identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness
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Get a Vaccine or Booster
COVID-19 vaccines are now approved for people ages 6 months and older. 1 booster is approved for ages 5-50. 2 boosters are approved for all people ages 50 and up, and people ages 12 and older who are immunocompromised.
Feb 05COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic (5+) -- New Northside Missionary Baptist Church
09:00 AM, Department of Health
Feb 08COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic (5+) -- St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church
04:00 PM, Department of Health
Every household is eligible to order four free at-home test kits from covid.gov/tests. The kits will be delivered by the U.S. Postal Service.
Makemytestcount.org allows you to anonymously report results of any brand of at-home rapid COVID-19 test. The reporting process takes about 1 minute.
PCR testing is available at local urgent care facilities and drugstores like CVS and Walgreens. Cost varies depending on location and insurance.
Orders and Guidance
Currently, there is no mask mandate in St. Louis. The Department of Health urges everyone to wear a mask in public settings, especially when the Community and Transmission levels are high. View CDC guidance on mask wearing.
View the most recent COVID-19 Guidance for Isolation, Quarantine and Transmission-Based Precautions.
There are no travel restrictions to the City of St. Louis.
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