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.
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There have been 477,078 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 7,902 deaths.
I fully understand the hardships posed by such closures but delaying the decision to close schools could turn out to be a costly mistake.
Missouri’s strategy for responding to COVID-19 is to identify those who are affected as quickly as possible and isolate them, the DHSS director said.
A licensing reform bill sitting in the Senate could mitigate a potential medical professional shortage brought on by coronavirus in Missouri, Rep. Derek Grier said.
Five individuals have now tested positive for coronavirus in Missouri, Gov. Mike Parson announced Saturday evening.
After a patient who had been treated at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital tested presumptive positive for coronavirus, the facility was placed on diversion and advised not to admit new patients.
Gov. Mike Parson has declared a state of emergency as the number of individuals who test positive for coronavirus in Missouri rises.
Recent school closures and remote-work directives intended to slow the spread of COVID-19 will have a harsher impact on rural Missourians than their urban and suburban peers.
Gov. Mike Parson announced a Missourian has tested “presumptive positive” for coronavirus in Springfield.
The Missouri Senate is canceling session a week before the legislative spring break out of caution as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the country.