You’re Wearing a Mask! Now It’s Time to Roll Up Your Sleeve!
Thank you to those who attended one of our cloth mask giveaways the last few months! Because you wanted to stay prepared and protect yourself and others, we were able to distribute tens of thousands of PPE kits and COVID-19 educational information. Click here to read more about our successful cloth mask outreach campaign.
To continue to keep safe during this pandemic, consider getting a flu shot. It’s more important than ever. First check with your primary care provider about getting a flu shot. If you decide to get one, visit Vaccinate STL and scroll down to find a free flu vaccination event. PrepareSTL supports this initiative and is a partner.
PrepareSTL has partnered with the Black Healers Collective to host Community Dreamweaving Part 2 on Saturday, October 24, 2020 starting at 11:00 a.m. To register, click here.
- Illinois gov says Trump partly to blame for COVID-19 spike
- Doctors probe whether COVID-19 is causing diabetes
- In 2016, Trump won these Rust Belt counties on the economy. In 2020, he might lose them over coronavirus
- Missouri breaks coronavirus cases record again
- Missouri breaks coronavirus case records again
- COVID-19 in Missouri and Illinois: By the numbers
- Seven months in, coronavirus spreading unchecked in Missouri. 'It destroys you,' said one patient
- The US has reached 8 million Covid-19 cases, and the pace of new infections signals a tough winter
- Illinois reports another record-setting, single-day jump in coronavirus cases
- Study finds remdesivir has little to no effect on COVID; Pfizer lays out potential vaccine timeline
- Washington University announces study of anti-inflammatory drugs in COVID-19 patients
- Twelve more St. Louis County inmates infected by COVID-19; a total 32 inmates infected
- Missouri COVID-19 hospitalizations reach dangerous peak
- Missouri COVID-19 dashboard returns, reported deaths decrease by 2
- While state dashboard is silent, Missouri Hospital Association reports record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations
- Trump goes after Fauci, tries to buck up campaign team
- Will mailed-in ballots be delivered on time?
- Trump, Biden go on offense in states they’re trying to flip
- Twitter blocks tweet from Trump adviser downplaying masks
- City nightspot fighting closure over mask violations
- Rethinking the holidays: Traditions, change are on the table
- Free flu shots take aim at seasonal health threat
- Rural Midwest hospitals struggling to handle virus surge
- Fact-checking shows Trump’s unique view of pandemic, other issues
- Kansas City-area hospitals overwhelmed, turn away ambulances
- Sculptor to be first Black woman to represent U.S. at Biennale festival
- Harris highlights stakes of election in Barrett hearings
- Missouri hospitalizations at new high, positivity rate up
- 56 COVID-19 deaths at Missouri veterans homes since Sept. 1
- New angst for caregivers in time of COVID-19
YOU CAN STILL TRANSMIT COVID-19 EVEN IF YOU HAVE NO SYMPTOMS.
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.
PrepareSTL flyer now in English, Spanish, French, Bosnian and Vietnamese
Download info and read website info in multiple languages
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