Residents are urged to get their accounts in good standing by Oct. 2.
Boone County COVID-19 cases by day
The layered bar/line chart shows the daily change in newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Boone County and a 14-day rolling average of the changes in new cases.
Scooter's Cubs Learning Den will pair the children of college faculty and staff with students studying to be teachers.
Five students were suspended, 14 were put on probation and one former student is prohibited from re-enrolling.
The new services hours for Missouri's COVID-19 hotline will be from 7 a.m to 9 p.m.
The individual was over 80 years old, according to the Health Department.
Chancellor Mun Choi said there has been 100% compliance system-wide in wearing masks and social distancing in classrooms.
The district's all-virtual learning format won't change until a Columbia School Board vote. The soonest for that is Oct. 12.
The temporary suspension of late-night dancing and DJ music in St. Charles is in response to rowdy crowds.
Students have to get a wristband to attend an in-person class on campus. They are not required to for other campus facilities.
The governor has canceled all upcoming events as contact tracing begins related to various events he has attended.
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According to the World Health Organization, a coronavirus is a large family of viruses that may cause illness in humans or animals.
COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, is the most recently discovered virus of this kind.
- MU sees major decline in active COVID-19 cases
- Columbia businesses have permits suspended due to COVID-19 violations
- Gov. Mike Parson tests positive for the coronavirus
- Columbia College uses wristband system to slow COVID-19 spread
- Boone County sees ninth COVID-related death
- New data allows the public to see COVID-19 case rates by school district
- Health Department catches up as active COVID-19 cases decline
- Active COVID-19 cases in Boone County down by 41.5%
- Additional 20 MU students disciplined for COVID-19 policy violations
- Tolton given COVID-19 violation for Sept. 12 cross-country event