COVID-19 Is Still Here!
Because of the holiday celebrations, many health experts believe the month of January might have the highest number of new COVID-19 cases during the entire pandemic. Thus, it’s a good time to revisit what the common early symptoms are of the virus. They include the following, and you do not have to have all of them to have COVID: fatigue, headache, sore throat, fever and the sudden loss of taste and smell. To learn more, click here. If you think you could have COVID, call your doctor.
- Missouri lawmakers receive COVID-19 vaccines intended for other state employees
- Mexico’s richest man Carlos Slim hospitalized with COVID-19
- COVID-19 vaccine resources in the St. Louis area
- Stop hoarding COVID vaccines, president of South Africa tells rich nations
- SLU to host public webinar to explain science behind COVID-19 vaccines, answer questions
- Two more Missouri senators in isolation after close COVID-19 contact in Capitol
- Missouri senator who called restrictions 'tyranny' is in isolation after close COVID-19 contact in Capitol
- More than 100 pharmacies in Illinois now offer COVID-19 vaccines
- Missouri reports decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations
- ‘We’re not controlling it in our schools: COVID safety lapses about across the U.S.
- ‘We’re not controlling it in our schools’: COVID safety lapses abound across the U.S.
- Biden to reopen HealthCare.gov as people lose coverage amid COVID-19
- Scarce niche syringes complicate U.S. plan to squeeze more COVID shots from Pfizer vials
- Missouri, Illinois report declines in COVID-19 cases
- What is behind fears that British coronavirus variant is more lethal?
- As virus strikes legislators, Parson set to deliver annual address
- COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations drop in Missouri
- Missouri ranks last in residents vaccinated
- Housing advocates hope for extended federal eviction freeze
- Missouri’s vaccine campaign called too slow
- Thousands of evictions loom in St. Louis amid pandemic
- Some health insurers add food to coverage menu
- Aldermen advance bill on firefighters’ pensions
- For First Black Pentagon chief, racism challenge is personal
- More Missouri lawmakers getting coronavirus
- City clamps down on bars cited for flouting COVID-19 rules
- Rapid expansion blamed for vaccine shortages
- Biden halts construction of border wall
- Immigrants cheered by potential new citizenship path
- GOP Missouri legislators seek to curb local control over health orders
Wear a Mask. Wash Your Hands. Watch Your Distance.
Diego Abente de Casa de Salud
Conoce a Diego Abente, Presidente y Director Ejecutivo de Casa Salud que nos habla sobre el enfoque de la organización y su compromiso a la región.
"Teaching in Room 9" Available on Channel 9 or Online
Two hours of grade-appropriate lessons you can watch on TV or online
5G Does Not Cause COVID-19
COVID-19 is spread through coughing, sneezing and talking - not radio waves.
Black Folks and Corona
Rebeccah Bennett, of InPower Institute, speaks on the impacts COVID-19 has on the black community.
Fire Cpt. Garon Mosby's Words of Encouragement
Best practices to stay safe during this #COVID19 pandemic.
Together We Can Conquer COVID-19
Ryan Smith, St. Louis Integrated Health Network, speaks about the importance of and how to #StopTheSpread of #COVID-19.
How To Get Your Stimulus Check
How to get your check if you didn't file taxes (can use Cash App too)!
HOW IT SPREADS
WHO IS MOST AT RISK
- Those with chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, lung disease or weakened immune systems