The Callaway County Health Department has one new positive COVID-19 case to report at this time. There are currently 61 total cases, with 39 recovered, 21 active and one death.
Today, one additional positive COVID-19 case was reported. As gatherings continue throughout central Missouri and testing has expanded, we will most likely see a rise in case numbers. Please social distance, wash your hands for 20 seconds and stay at home if you are sick. Take all necessary precautions when you are out and about. Keep up the good work Callaway County.
BE SMART, STAY SIX FEET APART
If you have a business or church and have questions on reopening and distancing, please call the Callaway County Health Department. We will come to your site or answer any questions we can over the phone.
PLEASE STAY SAFE
This week the Callaway County Health Department has released one active and added six active positives to our list. There are currently 48 cases, with 36 recovered, 11 active and one death.
COVID-19 is still in the community so caution should be used when in large groups. Masks do provide some protection. Please remain at home if you have symptoms.
Cole County has announced free testing at 1616 Industrial Drive Jefferson City on July 7, 8, and 9 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Registration can be done online at health.mo.gov/communitytest.
Please be safe over the holiday weekend. Happy Fourth of July!
The Callaway County Health Department has another positive COVID-19 case to report in Callaway County. On a better note, we are removing one from the list of active patients. There are currently 44 cases, with 34 recovered, nine active and one death.
Still to be avoided for maximum safety: large crowds, people speaking in loud voices (research has found that loud vocalizations tend to spread more virus droplets and quieter voices spread less viral droplets, its a matter of velocity of the droplets how far they spread). Dirty hands, lets keep them clean. No touching of face, mouth or eyes with dirty hands. If you need to rub your eye, wash your hands or use a tissue to provide a barrier to your bare hands. Always wash your hands before and after you eat.
STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY CALLAWAY.