Missouri

Cases

New MO Cases

December 1
+2,963
Trend
Falling

New MO Deaths

December 1
+165
Trend
Falling

Total MO Cases

Confirmed cases
311,952
Deaths
4,077

Tests in MO

Positive-Test Rate
18.7%

County Trends

Rising
14
Falling
85
Flat
16

Total County Cases

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

By County

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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 County 52,993 602 1,008
St. Charles 20,741 283 219
Jackson 17,812 281 184
Jefferson 11,460 166 108
St. Louis 13,188 156 240
Greene 14,317 95 182
Cape Girardeau 5,177 55 65
Cass 3,921 54 40
Buchanan 4,843 50 63
Clay 4,752 47 77
St. Francois 5,194 46 47
Franklin 4,970 44 86
Jasper 8,433 42 117
Boone 10,577 40 25
Lincoln 2,540 33 13
Platte 1,741 32 17
Butler 2,232 30 9
Christian 3,915 29 24
Scott 2,739 26 38
Washington 1,490 25 22
Taney 2,941 24 40
Lawrence 1,963 24 39
Cole 6,338 23 60
Laclede 1,870 23 32
Phelps 1,834 23 49
Johnson 2,582 21 16
Marion 1,832 21 18
Callaway 2,925 20 11
Pulaski 1,673 18 23
Ripley 550 17 8
Camden 2,520 16 49
Ste. Genevieve 1,104 15 2
Dunklin 1,726 12 14
Lafayette 1,581 12 30
Crawford 1,228 12 14
Madison 912 12 9
Barry 1,480 11 27
Randolph 1,239 11 8
Andrew 836 11 10
Stoddard 1,678 10 23
Miller 1,546 10 26
Warren 1,256 10 3
Henry 1,119 10 11
Ray 728 10 5
Polk 1,415 9 12
Stone 1,226 9 18
Clinton 913 9 46
Adair 1,110 8 3
Pemiscot 1,109 8 19
Daviess 346 8 8
Nodaway 2,037 7 13
Saline 1,610 7 12
Mississippi 903 7 7
Ralls 496 7 2
Harrison 408 7 3
Hickory 376 7 6
Perry 1,570 6 12
New Madrid 1,384 6 24
Audrain 1,125 6 14
Morgan 1,089 6 12
Pike 958 6 9
Macon 699 6 3
Dent 531 6 4
St. Clair 345 6 1
Newton 3,012 5 38
Howell 1,607 5 30
Osage 958 5 4
DeKalb 610 5 13
Wayne 509 5 3
Gasconade 495 5 24
Douglas 450 5 15
Shelby 220 5 1
Pettis 2,700 4 36
Livingston 792 4 16
Vernon 689 4 9
Caldwell 405 4 3
Maries 376 4 4
Dade 295 4 8
Reynolds 184 4 2
Moniteau 1,264 3 15
Cooper 1,187 3 8
Texas 973 3 9
Bollinger 812 3 8
Wright 784 3 14
Sullivan 572 3 6
Montgomery 354 3 6
Linn 329 3 11
Iron 242 3 1
Barton 638 2 5
Dallas 610 2 10
Monroe 401 2 3
Oregon 387 2 1
Clark 303 2 4
Knox 135 2 1
McDonald 1,417 1 16
Benton 785 1 9
Bates 557 1 9
Howard 516 1 2
Grundy 515 1 14
Carroll 442 1 6
Lewis 433 1 2
Gentry 428 1 13
Carter 300 1 6
Chariton 249 1 0
Atchison 214 1 3
Scotland 192 1 1
Putnam 167 1 1
Mercer 88 1 1
Cedar 447 0 7
Shannon 340 0 9
Ozark 298 0 3
Holt 270 0 3
Schuyler 134 0 1
Worth 75 0 0
Webster 1,850 -1 25

Tracker: Vaccine & Drug Development

Multiple vaccines, including candidates by Moderna and Pfizer that may be at least 90% effective, are in late stages of clinical trials. See key updates here.

UPDATES
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11/24/2020
Coronavirus vaccine will be rolled out second week of December, CDC director says
11/21/2020
Coronavirus treatment given to Trump gets emergency FDA clearance
11/21/2020
Moderna to charge $25-$37 for COVID-19 vaccine: CEO tells paper
11/20/2020
Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US
11/18/2020
Pfizer says "94% effective in over-65s"
BBC
11/18/2020
Pfizer will seek FDA authorization for Covid-19 vaccine 'within days'
11/17/2020
Moderna vaccine offers possible antidote to deep-freeze problem
11/16/2020
Moderna says its vaccine is 94.5% effective in preventing Covid-19

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.