The people who died were both in the 80+ age group.
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MU recorded fewer COVID-19 cases after spring break than after other breaks and holidays this school year. The CDC is investigating "breakthrough cases."
Occupancy limits will be lifted for businesses beginning noon Wednesday under a new health order for Columbia and Boone County.
There have been 71 COVID-19 deaths since the onset of the pandemic.
Any fines given will be determined by the municipal court and will follow due process, according to the city of Columbia's website.
This is the third COVID-19 death in Boone County this week.
"Out of everything I've done in my professional career, this is probably the highlight," he said.
Sixty-six Missouri residents died due to the virus between Dec. 30 and Jan. 5.
The Health Department announced the death on Twitter on Thursday morning. The individual was aged between 70-74.