As of June 17, St. Charles County, Missouri is reporting 933 positive cases of COVID-19. That's up from 877 cases as of June 10, the last date we published a report.
There have been 4 new COVID-19 related deaths (a female in her 60s, a females in her 80s, and two males in their 70s) in the county since June 10, bringing the total to 67.
The number of persons released from quarantine increased to 2,295, up from 2,139 on June 10.
Those currently in quarantine increased to 547, up from 528 on June 10.
There are currently 0 tests pending at the Missouri State Laboratory.The number of negative test results are 14,410, up from 14,142 on June 3.
St. Charles County to Follow Missouri’s Show Me Strong Recovery Plan
On June 15, St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann announced that the county would follow Phase 2 of Missouri’s Show Me Strong Recovery plan, outlined by Governor Mike Parson. Phase 2 lifts previously issued restrictions. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Public Health encourages individuals to continue precautionary actions, including:
St. Charles County Non-Profit Agencies May Apply to Receive PPE Supplies for Clients, Staff
Community Resources Available
To help St. Charles County residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, a web page offers links and phone numbers for organizations offering assistance. St. Charles County’s COVID-19 Information Hotline at (636) 949-1899 is answered from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon-Fri. In addition, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services operates a 24-hour COVID-19 hotline at (877) 435-8411.