Walmart will limit the number of customers allowed in its stores at one time, starting Saturday (April 4), to help combat the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the company announced.
Eureka High School guidance counselor Sandy Kearney died today (April 2) of complications from the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Rockwood School District announced.
The Jefferson County Health Department announced seven new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the county this evening (April 2), bringing the total to 54 cases.
The playground at Crystal City Elementary School, 1100 Mississippi Ave., has been closed since Monday (March 30), and other school district outdoor facilities normally open to the public for exercise and recreation may soon follow, Superintendent Stephen Barnes said Wednesday afternoon (April 1).
The Jefferson County Health Department has announced the county’s first death related to the COVID-19 coronavirus today (April 2). The resident was a female in her 80s, who had been hospitalized, the Health Department reported.
A woman accused of shoplifting at the Schnucks store in Festus reportedly told officers she had the COVID-19 coronavirus in an apparent attempt to avoid arrest. The incident happened March 28, Chief Tim Lewis reported.
The Jefferson County Health Department announced eight new positive cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the county today (April 1), bringing the county total to 47 cases.