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Published April 8, 2020

Breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Missouri


LAKE OF THE OZARKS – According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) as of last Friday (April 3) there have been 1,834 known COVID-19 cases in the entire state of Missouri with 19 deaths.

DHSS statistics show that 21,191 tests have been conducted by all labs in the state.

The majority of deaths have occurred in Greene County with six. There has been one death in the three-county lake area and that one was in Camden County.

Camden County has 19 confirmed cases and Morgan County has one. No cases have been listed for Miller County.

A breakdown of the counties where the deaths have occurred is:

• Boone 1
• Camden 1
• Cass 1
• Greene 6
• Henry 1
• Jackson 1
• Lafayette 1
• St. Charles County 3
• St. Louis City 1
• St. Louis County 3

The highest confirmed cases are in St. Louis County with 712. A breakdown of where the cases are, according to the DHSS, is below. Note that if a county has zero cases they are not listed.

• 712 – St. Louis County
• 216 – St. Louis City
• 139 – Kansas City
• 106 – St. Charles County
• 103 – Jackson County
• 69 – Boone County
• 54 – Greene County
• 47 – Jefferson County
• 26 – Johnson County
• 25 - Cole County
• 23 – Clay County
• 21 – Cass County
• 20 – Lafayette County
• 19 – Camden County
• 19 – Franklin County
• 19 – Perry County
• 18 – Callaway County
• 15 – Cape Girardeau
• 13 – Platte County
• 12 – Christian County
• 12 – Lincoln County
• 9 - St. Francois County
• 8 – Pulaski County
• 7 – Warren County
• 6 – Adair County
• 6 – Clinton County
• 6 – Dunklin County
• 6 – Newton County
• 6 – Scott County
• 6 – Stoddard County
• 6 – Wright County
• 5 – Buchanan County
• 5 – Jasper County
• 4 – Chariton County
• 3 – Benton County
• 3 – Carter County
• 3 – Cedar County
• 3 – Pemiscot County
• 3 - Ste. Genevieve County
• 3 – TBD
• 2 – Bates County
• 2 – Cooper County
• 2 – Harrison County
• 2 – Macon County
• 2 – Maries County
• 2 – McDonald County
• 2 – Moniteau County
• 2 – Montgomery County
• 2 – Osage County
• 2 – Randolph County
• 2 – Reynolds County
• 2 – Ripley County
• 2 – Stone County
• 2 – Taney County
• 2 – Webster County
• 1 – Atchison County
• 1 – Berry County
• 1 – Bollinger County
• 1 – Butler County
• 1 – Caldwell County
• 1 – Crawford County
• 1 – DeKalb County
• 1 – Gasconade County
• 1 – Henry County
• 1 – Howell County
• 1 – Joplin County
• 1 – Livingston County
• 1 – Morgan County
• 1 – New Madrid
• 1 – Pettis County
• 1 – Pike County
• 1 – Ralls County
• 1 – Ray County
• 1 – Shelby County

Cases related to traveling are 67 and those related to contact are 58 with those having no known contact at 9, however, 1,709 cases are still under investigation.

The majority of cases are in women (935) while men were slightly less (872). 27 were unknown sex because the initial results don’t contain this information but will be updated as it is received by the DHHS.

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