COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)
Find out what to do if you feel sick and believe you might have COVID-19. Also includes guidance for when to self-quarantine.
Learn more about the free testing through Clay County Public Health Center. Also find a list of other Clay County testing sites.
The latest guidance and resources for safely reopening our community.
Learn more about cases and testing, including links to the Clay County COVID-19 Hub.
Find help - whether you are unemployed, own a business, looking for mental health resources or other types of assistance. Also find ways to give help if you are able.
Cases of COVID-19 in Clay County
For more detailed data and information regarding cases and testing, visit the Local Data page.
|Jurisdiction||# of Cases||Deaths|
|Non-Kansas City residents||521||20|
|Kansas City residents*||517||6|
Updated July 10 at 4:30 p.m.
*Clay County residents with a Kansas City address. For more info, visit the KCMO Health Department’s website.
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Although Clay County remains in Phase 2, Step 2 of recovery, the Public Health Emergency Order was amended. Includes the allowance of 100% occupancy if masks are worn by all and physical distancing is maintained. Find full details on the Recovery page.
An outbreak of COVID-19 has been identified at Ashton Court Care and Rehabilitation Centre, a long-term care facility located in Liberty, MO. As of June 19, five staff members and three residents have tested positive for COVID-19. Learn more about long-term care facility outbreaks in our news release.
Although Clay County remains in Phase 2, Step 2 of recovery, the Public Health Emergency Order was amended with four changes regarding occupancy limits, mass gatherings and pools. Find all information and guidance on our Community Recovery page.
Clay County reports an outbreak in a local long-term care facility, with 57* residents and staff at Pleasant Valley Manor Care Center testing positive for COVID-19. The county also reports two additional coronavirus-related deaths as a result of the facility’s outbreak.
*Updated 6/11 to reflect previously pending results
The Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan was amended so the Clay County order is consistent with Missouri Governor Parson's Order that was announced May 28. All parts of the Clay County order announced May 27 remain the same except regarding occupancy at retail businesses.
The transition into Step 2 of the Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan will begin on Monday, June 1. See the Community Recovery page for more detailed guidance by industry.
The Clay County COVID-19 Recovery Plan was released to provide insight and guidance for how the county will move forward. Visit our Community Recovery page for more information and tools.
The public health emergency order was amended so that it will now expire on Sunday, May 3 at 11:59 p.m. Read the FAQs and News Release for more details.
The public health emergency order has been extended until Friday, May 15 at 12:01 a.m.
Clay County announces the first death of a Clay County resident from COVID-19.
Governor Parson issues statewide "Stay Home Missouri" order to control, contain, and combat COVID-19. It will be in effect from 12:01 a.m. on Monday, April 6, 2020, until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clay County announced. Read the news release here.
A State of Emergency was declared in Clay County by Presiding Commissioner Jerry Nolte on Tuesday, March 17.
March 17: Public Health Emergency Order from Clay County Public Health Center Director Gary E. Zaborac
Message from CCPHC Director of Public Health E. Zaborac: “We recognize the hardships on our communities that these measures represent. However extraordinary measures are required in these extraordinary times. We must continue to work together as community to protect those who are most vulnerable. Thank you for your help.”
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