Covid

Ozarks Medical Center’s COVID-19 Hotline has been in service for over a month and has fielded over 1,500 calls. The 24-hour hotline is available to anyone who has questions about COVID-19. The hotline is answered by a nurse who can triage the patient over the phone and make an appointment for...
In the daily COVID-19 briefing on May 1, Governor Parson highlighted the four pillars of the state's "Show Me Strong Recovery Plan" and emphasized that Missouri was prepared to safely reopen on Monday, May 4.  "I want to assure Missourians that we are prepared," Governor Parson said. "The...
With the stay-at-home order lifted by Governor Mike Parson as of midnight May 3, the following changes have been made: -Pavilions and playground equipment located in the city parks will be opened but the bathrooms will remain closed for public use. -The pro shop will open but only one patron...
According to a press release from the Howell County Health Department, all five COVID-19 cases in the county are off isolation.  According to the most recent information available at press time, testing results in the county are as follow: Number tested: 431 Negative results: 418 Positive...
Jason Guidry participating in Carry the Cross by Shepherds Table church. (photo credit: Braden Marriott)
As of April 11, in the state of Missouri there were 4,024 positive cases of the COVID-19 virus, four of which are in Howell County. 109 Missourians have died from the virus. It comes as no surprise that the annual Carry the Cross event, which normally lines the local highways with Christians...
The Eagles Nest lit up on Friday, April 10th at 20:20 military time in honor of the 2020 seniors. (photo credit: Braden Marriott)
Governor Mike Parson announced on April 9 that all Missouri public and charter school buildings will remain closed through the remainder of the academic year.  Governor Parson said in his daily press briefing that the recommendation came from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary...
The City of Mountain View announced Parks & Recreation, the Library, and the Airport are not considered essential during the pandemic crisis. With this in mind, the City of Mountain View will institute the following: 1. Beginning April 8, 2020 a. All the public bathrooms, pavilions, and...
Last week, Howell County Health Department confirmed three cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total count of positive cases to four.  On April 6, the second and third cases were announced. Both individuals had recently participated in drive thru testing clinics in West Plains, the...
  “Donations of suits and masks as well as other kind gestures have been coming in everyday from people all over our community,” Wes Murray, TCMH chief executive officer said. “We are so grateful for everyone coming together to provide extra supplies for our staff.” The staff and...

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