Missouri

Cases

New MO Cases

September 18
+1,833
Trend
Rising

New MO Deaths

September 18
+28
Trend
Rising

Total MO Cases

Confirmed cases
111,390
Deaths
1,810

Tests in MO

Positive-Test Rate
11.7%

County Trends

Rising
71
Falling
23
Flat
21

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

Select a county
More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
St. Louis 22,556 170 780
Greene 5,197 129 19
Jackson 6,912 116 92
Jasper 3,432 84 43
Jefferson 3,740 81 50
St. Charles 7,019 79 108
Pettis 974 47 8
Christian 1,178 46 3
Buchanan 1,664 41 13
Boone 4,328 40 6
Cole 1,328 39 7
Franklin 1,461 35 26
Newton 1,305 31 14
Texas 261 30 2
St. Louis 6,750 28 195
Clay 1,700 28 40
Cass 1,360 27 17
Platte 619 27 10
Benton 226 26 2
St. Francois 1,868 21 8
Pulaski 530 21 5
Morgan 256 21 1
Camden 767 20 10
Wright 217 20 0
Lawrence 494 19 2
Cape Girardeau 1,431 18 9
Webster 486 18 2
Laclede 489 17 3
Howell 484 17 3
Dunklin 709 16 6
Stoddard 434 16 9
Miller 420 15 1
Moniteau 271 13 4
Butler 531 12 4
Pemiscot 455 12 9
Polk 446 12 1
Audrain 398 12 2
Andrew 206 12 1
Taney 1,102 11 24
Macon 130 11 0
Dent 116 10 0
Scott 797 9 16
Nodaway 707 9 8
Callaway 562 9 2
Barry 429 9 6
Lafayette 377 9 2
Crawford 339 9 2
Saline 643 8 9
Phelps 384 8 1
Stone 383 8 4
Livingston 375 8 1
Bollinger 295 8 1
Madison 263 8 0
Wayne 165 8 0
Hickory 85 7 2
Lincoln 700 6 3
Cooper 368 6 2
Grundy 164 6 2
Douglas 155 6 3
Vernon 147 6 1
Gentry 116 6 9
Ozark 105 6 0
Carter 65 6 1
McDonald 1,036 5 11
Marion 625 5 11
Warren 429 5 0
Washington 319 5 4
Randolph 201 5 2
DeKalb 109 5 2
Oregon 93 5 0
Perry 558 4 4
Adair 317 4 0
Mississippi 281 4 3
Pike 219 4 3
Ste. Genevieve 169 4 1
Henry 155 4 4
Gasconade 152 4 15
Cedar 81 4 0
Johnson 969 3 4
Clinton 193 3 0
Dallas 167 3 1
Ray 156 3 0
Ripley 136 3 0
Osage 122 3 1
Daviess 76 3 0
Caldwell 69 3 1
St. Clair 39 3 0
Reynolds 31 3 0
New Madrid 495 2 14
Howard 163 2 2
Bates 94 2 1
Shannon 75 2 1
Dade 46 2 0
Barton 162 1 0
Carroll 132 1 1
Monroe 85 1 0
Holt 73 1 0
Maries 67 1 0
Linn 59 1 1
Knox 47 1 1
Atchison 44 1 0
Chariton 43 1 0
Scotland 27 1 1
Schuyler 23 1 0
Sullivan 184 0 0
Ralls 138 0 0
Harrison 99 0 1
Montgomery 75 0 1
Lewis 71 0 2
Clark 59 0 0
Iron 47 0 0
Putnam 30 0 1
Mercer 28 0 0
Worth 18 0 0
Shelby 56 -1 1

Tracker: Vaccine & Drug Development

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UPDATES
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9/15/2020
Pfizer says coronavirus vaccine study shows mostly mild-to-moderate side effects
9/15/2020
There may not be enough coronavirus vaccine doses to quickly supply the world, Gates Foundation says
9/15/2020
The Food and Drug Administration is weighing whether to follow British regulators in resuming AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial
CNN
9/13/2020
Pfizer coronavirus vaccine could be given to Americans before end of the year, CEO says
9/12/2020
Oxford and AstraZeneca resume coronavirus vaccine trial
9/11/2020
Governments should begin prep for transporting COVID-19 vaccine, trade org urges
9/8/2020
AstraZeneca vaccine trial paused to investigate 'a potentially unexplained illness'
Missouri
STATUS: REOPENED
Cases
111,390 confirmed cases, with 1,833 new cases yesterday
Masks
Mask mandate in selected regions
Closures
Most sectors have reopened
Fact
Wearing a mask decreases the number of people infected because it reduces by around 99% the number of droplets that are ejected during conversations. Read more »

Policy last updated: 8/6/2020

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE and The COVID Tracking Project
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.