The Missouri House passed a supplemental budget package which included $40 million in emergency funding to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
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There have been 62,530 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 1,323 deaths.
The Department of Health and Senior Services has opened a public hotline operated by medical professionals around the clock: 877-435-8411.
Testing sites can be found here.
U.S. Congresswoman Ann Wagner has self-quarantined after she had a meeting with a colleague who has since tested positive for COVID-19, her office announced Wednesday night.
DESE sent guidance to public and charter schools late last week confirming basic formula payments will not be interrupted if student attendance is lower this year.
Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order invoking emergency powers to authorize executive agencies to waive or suspend certain regulations and statutes that interfere with Missouri's response to the spread of COVID-19.
An individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in the Boone County area has died, the first fatal incident in Missouri, officials said Wednesday.
Citing the state of emergency order currently in place, Gov. Mike Parson announced the suspension of all April municipal elections until June.
Governor Mike Parson is seeking assistance for Missouri businesses through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.
In line with the CDC guidance, as well as federal guidance from the Trump Administration, the state encourages Missourians to follow these guidelines.
The Missouri House will not take up the full FY 2021 budget this week as originally planned amid coronavirus concerns.
Attorney General Schmitt is offering guidelines and tips to governmental bodies who may have questions about public meetings or other Sunshine Law compliance in the midst of Coronavirus shutdowns.