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Parson urges Missourians to support state-based businesses

Gov. Mike Parson continued his optimistic message about the state’s reaction to the coronavirus pandemic and urged state residents to return to work if possible and support Missouri-based businesses. A day after Parson’s statewide stay-at-home order expired and some businesses ...

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Coronavirus strikes nearly 80 Missouri nursing homes

The coronavirus has infected residents in nearly 80 nursing homes and assisted care facilities in Missouri, according to new information released by the state. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services on Friday, for the first time, listed information ...

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Missouri state workers seek more protection from COVID-19

Advocates for Missouri state workers have called on Gov. Mike Parson to do more to protect employees from the coronavirus. Union leaders, Democratic state lawmakers and other advocates for worker rights want no-strings-attached premium pay for workers, more N95 masks ...

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Kansas City, St. Louis County town move up reopening dates

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Missouri’s largest city will reopen with significant restrictions next week, as jurisdictions in the state’s two urban areas begin to move away from stay-at-home orders that sought to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced ...

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