Gov. Mike Parson announced Friday that a stay-at-home order will take effect for Missouri in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The order starts Monday, April 6 and lasts from 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 24 according to Gov. Parson.
Springfield-Greene County Health Department Director Clay Goddard shared why it's so important to limit your contact with others.
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Millions of small businesses doing great just a month ago are now forced to shut down across the country. Now, those business owners can start applying for emergency loans that they won't have to pay back if they keep their employees on the payroll.
Here's a workout you can do at home with just one piece of gear.
“The CDC is not recommending the use of medical grade or surgical grade masks," President Donald Trump said, noting they need to be saved for medical professionals.
Some fabrics were found to work better at filtering small particles than medical grade masks.
The potential tragedy happened in Shady Side, Maryland, south of Annapolis.
The trip was arranged by JusCollege, which reassured students they would be safe on the trip despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Some dial their state offices hundreds of times while others are met with frozen websites.