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Missouri seeks retired medical staff, others to fight virus

Missouri is asking medical professionals who are not working to join a specialized state team that responds to critical health emergencies. “We are calling on all available medical professionals to support the effort to fight the virus by joining a ...

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Attorneys lobby for remote notarization while ‘distancing’

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With social-distancing measures in place and anxiety about contracting COVID-19 on the rise, some Missouri attorneys are urging government officials to permit the remote notarization of legal documents. Kansas City attorney Aimee Gromowsky took to Twitter March 20 to lobby ...

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Missouri governor mobilizes National Guard for virus fight

Missouri braced itself for a surge of coronavirus patients as the number of deaths grew to nine, with the governor mobilizing the state’s National Guard and a top St. Louis County official urging recently retired health care workers to return ...

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Missouri woman who died of coronavirus worked for Red Cross

Virus Outbreak Missouri

The youngest of the eight people to die of the coronavirus outbreak in Missouri was a 31-year-old Red Cross employee who was buried as her family watched from their cars. The American Red Cross Missouri-Arkansas Region said that besides the ...

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Missouri local elections postponed; virus count reaches 17

Concerns about the coronavirus on Wednesday prompted Missouri’s governor to push back local elections for two months, forced the closure of one of the state’s most iconic landmarks, and led St. Louis’ mayor to warn about possible community spread after ...

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St. Louis MLS franchise gets $5.7M in tax breaks for stadium

St. Louis’ Major League Soccer franchise has received $5.7 million in state tax credits to help pay for the construction of a soccer complex on the western edge of downtown. The Missouri Development Finance Board voted unanimously to give the ...

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