COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)
Detailed information about the stay-at-home order in place from March 24 through April 24. Including FAQs and a community letter.
Find out what to do if you feel sick and believe you might have COVID-19. Also includes guidance for when to self-quarantine.
Resources for unemployed workers, businesses, mental health and finding other types of assistance. Also find ways to help if you are able.
- Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
- Prepare & Protect
- Cleaning & Disinfecting
- Travel Guidance
- High-Risk Individuals: Older Adults and Those with Medical Conditions
- Coronavirus Rumors and Myths
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Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Clay CountyUpdated April 3 at 4:45 p.m.
|Jurisdiction||Number of Cases|
|Non-Kansas City residents||25|
|Kansas City residents*||36|
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Contact of Confirmed Case
*Clay County residents with a Kansas City address. For more info, visit the KCMO Health Department’s website.
Please note: these counts are preliminary and may be pending investigation. Preliminary counts may vary from day to day as investigation progresses and jurisdictions get updated as necessary.
You can also visit the MODHSS website for statewide data.
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.”
- Planning Guide for Businesses & Organizations
- Community Mitigation Strategies
- Food & Lodging Establishments
- Health Care Professionals
- Health Care Facilities
- Households & Cleaning
- Community- & Faith-Based Organizations
- First Responders & Law Enforcement
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