On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, a pedestrian crossed the street in the almost empty Kiener Plaza Park in St. Louis. There was not much activity in downtown St. Louis on Tuesday as the company cut its business and encouraged employees to work from home as much as possible to slow the spread of the virus.
Jefferson of the Children's Charity Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri announced in a tweet Sunday that patients treated in the emergency room of the Kansas City Central Hospital have tested positive for the virus and will self-quarantine at home to a total of 17.
For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough. For some people, especially the elderly and people with health problems, it can cause more serious diseases, including pneumonia.
The vast majority of people have recovered from the new virus. According to the World Health Organization, mild patients can recover in about two weeks, and severe patients can take three to six weeks to recover.
Jackson County health officials announced the 16th case of coronavirus late Tuesday, a man in his 40s who has recently traveled abroad.
According to Jackson County health officials, the man was in good health and was isolated at home while his family was isolated. This is the second case in the county, including Kansas City.
Missouri health officials have reported cases of COVID-19 in Boone, Cass, Cole, Green, Henry, Jackson, and St. Louis County, as well as cases in St. Louis.
Cerner spokesperson Misti Preston said in a statement to the Kansas City Star that the company requires that anyone with whom it comes into contact must self-isolate and has closed its presence in Kansas City The large campus in the south undergoes deep cleaning.
News reference: https://www.ky3.com/content/news/New-coronavirus-case-in-Missouri-reported-at-childrens-hospital-568899591.html