COVID-19 Vaccinations Begin for City of St. Louis Homebound Residents
Apr 16, 2021 | Department of Health, Department of Human Services, Fire Department, St. Louis Area Agency on Aging This latest initiative to vaccinate one of the city’s most vulnerable populations launched Wednesday, with a total of 12 clients and caregivers receiving the vaccine.
City of St. Louis Department of Health Reports Increase in COVID-19 Cases
Apr 12, 2021 | Department of Health The recent rise in COVID-19 cases is not unique to the City of St. Louis. According to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued this past Friday, the United States was in its fourth week of an upward trend in COVID-19 cases.
City of St. Louis Department of Health Monitors Uptick in COVID-19 Cases Among Younger Segments of Population
Apr 08, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor The U.S. Centers for Disease<br />Control and Prevention has attributed part of the increase to youth sports and extra-curriculum<br />activities. This rise in cases over the past four weeks is particularly concerning as many other<br />segments of our adult population becomes vaccinated and COVID-19 variants are identified.
Mayor Krewson Statement on the Passage of Prop E
Apr 06, 2021 | Office of the Mayor Unofficial results from the City of St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners show voters re-approved the 1% earnings tax by a wide margin.
Statement by Comptroller Green on the 2021 mayoral election
Apr 06, 2021 | Office of the Comptroller Comptroller Green congratulates Mayor-elect Tishaura Jones
FEMA's Community Vaccination Center in the City of St. Louis to Open Next Wednesday, April 7
Apr 01, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor St. Louis officials plan to distribute up to 168,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to City residents at a downtown daily vaccination site starting April 7 and running for eight weeks
Vote yes on Prop E to fund essential city services
Apr 01, 2021 | Office of the Comptroller On April 6, your Yes vote on Proposition E ensures St. Louis will have funds to provide you with safe and strong neighborhoods.
Mayor Krewson Announces Availability of Additional Rental and Utility Assistance through State of Missouri
Mar 31, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor Mayor Krewson announced that City of St. Louis residents who need help staying in their homes and keeping their utilities on during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can apply for rental and utility assistance through the State of Missouri beginning Thursday, April 1.
Mayor Lyda Krewson Joins Federal, State Officials to Announce Eight Week Effort to Expand Vaccinations in the City of St. Louis
Mar 29, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor The new federally supported community vaccination clinic launches April 7 and will vaccinate up to 3,000 people a day, seven days a week.
High Demand For COVID-19 Vaccines During Mega Vaccination Clinic
Mar 26, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor To date, the City of St. Louis Department of Health has administered 25,671 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and had no severe adverse reactions to the three different vaccines administered.
Call for Continuum of Care (CoC) Members 2021
Mar 26, 2021 | Homeless Services Call for Continuum of Care (CoC) Members in the calendar year 2021.
City of St. Louis Mega Mass Vaccination Event A Big Success
Mar 25, 2021 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor 3,468 doses of Janssen COVID-19 (Johnson & Johnson) Vaccine were administered.
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