Updated COVID-19 Guidance Shared with City Business Owners

The guidance includes best practices that can assist businesses to remain open through this latest surge of COVID-19 cases.

January 21, 2022 | 2 min reading time

The City of St. Louis Department of Health provided updated COVID-19 guidance to business owners within the City of St. Louis earlier today to help businesses protect their employees, clients, and the community from the ongoing spread of COVID-19. The guidance includes best practices that can assist businesses to remain open through this latest surge while doing their part to help the city reach its COVID-19 data goals

All guidance provided to business owners today is currently available on the City of St. Louis Department of Health website. This guidance includes: 

“The city’s businesses were not immune to the suffering of the COVID-19 pandemic, as some closed during early lockdowns or found themselves with a reduced workforce,” says Dr. Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, Director of Health for the City of St. Louis. “The Department of Health wanted to engage our city’s business owners and provide this information to help them remain open and provide safe opportunities for employment in our community.”

If a business owner did not receive the information released earlier today, they can email health@stlouis-mo.gov for copies. Guidance is also available at the links listed above. 

  • Contact Information:
    Kim Vanden Berg
    Public Information Officer
    Office Phone: (314) 657-1483
    Mobile Phone: (314) 659-7742
  • Department:
    Department of Health
  • Topic:
    Health

Most Read News

  1. City of St. Louis Releases List of Police Chief Finalists Ahead of Tuesday Town Hall The City has expanded this town hall to include four candidates to offer the public a more robust opportunity to hear from top voices.
  2. 2022 Statement from Missouri State Tax Commission Supply Chain, Chip Shortage and Inflation Impact Vehicle Values
  3. Personal Property Taxes on Vehicles to Increase for 2nd Year in a Row The tax on most vehicles will be more in 2022 than in 2021, due to the rising values of vehicles in the re-sale market. Taxes are due December 31.

Was this page helpful?      



Comments are helpful!
500 character limit

Feedback is anonymous.