COVID-19 Dashboard

Positive COVID-19 Cases will now be getting a call from our partners at Maximus who are helping us contact our Warren County MO positive cases!

Please answer a call from 1-833-431-2201

If you have had a positive lab result please do the following until you get a call. Cases are called and investigated in the order received from Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.  There are often delays in positive lab reports getting to the health department, so please follow the steps below to help us slow the spread.

  1. Isolate from others for 10 days from 1st symptom. If still sick on day 10 continue isolation until symptoms improved.
  2. Notify anyone you were a close contact with (within 6 feet for 15 minutes) starting 2 days BEFORE your symptoms started and tell them to quarantine for 10 days, watch for symptoms and get tested if  even one symptom develops.
  3. Letters for employers will only be issued if your case has been investigated with you by our team. Letters can only be issued to positive individuals and household contacts living with a positive individual. We are unable to provide letters to other contacts. If you are in need of a letter immediately and have not talked to member of our team to conduct our investigation of your case, you may consider requesting a copy of your lab result or a notice from your physician instead.
  4. If you are positive and are NOT able to isolate away from other household members (different bedroom, different bathroom and not share common spaces) the household members will need to quarantine 10 days from the last day of the positive person’s quarantine per CDC.  If the positive person is able to separate and isolate from other household members, then those individuals only need to quarantine 10 days from last day they had contact with the positive person before they isolated away from everyone in the home.  

Do you have questions about COVID-19? 

CDC Coronavirus 2019 (COVID 19)
Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services COVID-19 Outbreak 

COVID-19 Symptoms include: fever, feeling feverish, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, repeated shaking with chills, muscles aches, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, runny nose, congestion, new loss of taste or smell or any symptom a medical provider feels is relevant.

Local Testing Site:  Compass Health (19515 Brune Pkwy, Warrenton MO 63383) MUST call first 636-445-7245.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  NO out-of-pocket cost, you do NOT have to be a Compass health patient and you do NOT have to be a Warren County resident.  

Please click the link in green below to access Warren County data on the State of MO ShowMe Strong Dashboard !       

 

Positive COVID-19 Cases will now be getting a call from our partners at Maximus who are helping us contact our Warren County MO positive cases!

Please answer a call from 1-833-431-2201

If you have had a positive lab result please do the following until you get a call. Cases are called and investigated in the order received from Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.  There are often delays in positive lab reports getting to the health department, so please follow the steps below to help us slow the spread.

  1. Isolate from others for 10 days from 1st symptom. If still sick on day 10 continue isolation until symptoms improved.
  2. Notify anyone you were a close contact with (within 6 feet for 15 minutes) starting 2 days BEFORE your symptoms started and tell them to quarantine for 14 days, watch for symptoms and get tested if  even one symptom develops.
  3. Letters for employers will only be issued if your case has been investigated with you by our team. Letters can only be issued to positive individuals and household contacts living with a positive individual. We are unable to provide letters to other contacts. If you are in need of a letter immediately and have not talked to member of our team to conduct our investigation of your case, you may consider requesting a copy of your lab result or a notice from your physician instead.
  4. If you are positive and are NOT able to isolate away from other household members (different bedroom, different bathroom and not share common spaces) the household members will need to quarantine 14 days from the last day of the positive person’s quarantine per CDC.  If the positive person is able to separate and isolate from other household members, then those individuals only need to quarantine 14 days from last day they had contact with the positive person before they isolated away from everyone in the home.  

Do you have questions about COVID-19? 

CDC Coronavirus 2019 (COVID 19)
Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services COVID-19 Outbreak 

COVID-19 Symptoms include: fever, feeling feverish, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, repeated shaking with chills, muscles aches, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, runny nose, congestion, new loss of taste or smell or any symptom a medical provider feels is relevant.

Local Testing Site:  Compass Health (19515 Brune Pkwy, Warrenton MO 63383) MUST call first 636-445-7245.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  NO out-of-pocket cost, you do NOT have to be a Compass health patient and you do NOT have to be a Warren County resident.  

 
 

Click the GREEN box link below to access the MO DHSS (Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services) COVID-19 dashboard for extensive COVID-19 data for Missouri and by County.

*We are focusing on increasing vaccination rates and investigating increasing numbers of positive cases in Warren County.  DHSS maintains COVID-19 data daily for the State of MO and each county at this site.

Warren County’s CURRENT Risk Level: EXTREME RISK

Category 1 County Action Plan: Extreme Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 15% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 350 or above

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 10 or less.

[NOTE: For the purposes of this advisory, “social group” is defined as any planned or spontaneous event
or convening that would bring together a group of people in a single space at the same time, excluding
normal business activities, religious services, schools and school activities, and extended family
gatherings.]

Masks: Strongly advised in all offices and businesses where social distancing is not possible.

Category 2 County Action Plan: Critical Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 10-14% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 100-349

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 25 or less.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Category 3 County Action Plan: Serious Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 5-9% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 10-99

Business occupancy: No limits.

Social group size: Limited to maintaining 6 feet distance.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Getting a vaccine to everyone who wants one is our priority.  See the chart below for the next phases and who is included in each phase. This was updated today by the state of Missouri and is subject to change. There will likely be multiple options for you to receive your vaccination, either with your provider, a pharmacy, or public health department. Warren County Health Department does not have vaccine at this time. Vaccinations are not currently available at the health department itself, but we will update you when/if that changes. The state of Missouri does not currently have enough vaccine to vaccinate everyone in the Tiers that were opened up today, but anticipate supply to increase over time.  Please be patient as the state works to get more vaccine.

A vaccine for COVID-19 is only one of the ways to slow the spread of the disease. Because the supply of vaccine will be limited at first, we’ll have to keep doing everything we know works best to slow the spread of the pandemic. Wearing a face mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, avoiding crowded indoor spaces, washing your hands frequently, and staying home if you are sick will still be the most effective ways to protect our friends and family until the majority of people have been vaccinated.  

Here is a link for Missouri residents to get the most up-to-date information www.MOStopsCOVID.com  

Phase 1B Tier 1 is open now 1/14/21 

Phase 1B – Tier 1: First responders, Emergency Services, and Public Health Infrastructure
Protecting those who keep us safe and help us during an emergency

  • Non-Patient Facing Public Health Infrastructure: Administrators and staff at federal, state, or local public health agencies and other healthcare workers who carry out functions necessary to the operation of the state’s healthcare infrastructure that were not included in 1A.This group includes morticians, undertakers, embalmers, crematory operators and other related occupations.
  • First Responders: All federal, state, and/or local first responders beyond EMS/EMTs in 1A, including law enforcement, fire services, corrections, and certain social service agencies.
  • Emergency Management and Public Works: Federal, state, or local government employees in emergency management and public works agencies, identified nonprofit organizations designated as partner voluntary agencies.
  • Emergency Services Sector: Employees defined in the emergency services sector not otherwise listed, including law enforcement, fire and rescue services, emergency medical services, emergency management, and public works.

Phase 1B – Tier 2: High-Risk Individuals
Protecting those who are at increased risk for severe illness

  • Anyone aged 65 and older
  • Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, Heart Conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome.

Positive COVID-19 Cases will now be getting a call from our partners at Maximus who are helping us contact our Warren County MO positive cases!

Please answer a call from 1-833-431-2201

If you have had a positive lab result please do the following until you get a call. Cases are called and investigated in the order received from Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.  There are often delays in positive lab reports getting to the health department, so please follow the steps below to help us slow the spread.

  1. Isolate from others for 10 days from 1st symptom. If still sick on day 10 continue isolation until symptoms improved.
  2. Notify anyone you were a close contact with (within 6 feet for 15 minutes) starting 2 days BEFORE your symptoms started and tell them to quarantine for 14 days, watch for symptoms and get tested if  even one symptom develops.
  3. Letters for employers will only be issued if your case has been investigated with you by our team. Letters can only be issued to positive individuals and household contacts living with a positive individual. We are unable to provide letters to other contacts. If you are in need of a letter immediately and have not talked to member of our team to conduct our investigation of your case, you may consider requesting a copy of your lab result or a notice from your physician instead.
  4. If you are positive and are NOT able to isolate away from other household members (different bedroom, different bathroom and not share common spaces) the household members will need to quarantine 14 days from the last day of the positive person’s quarantine per CDC.  If the positive person is able to separate and isolate from other household members, then those individuals only need to quarantine 14 days from last day they had contact with the positive person before they isolated away from everyone in the home.  

Do you have questions about COVID-19? 

CDC Coronavirus 2019 (COVID 19)
Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services COVID-19 Outbreak 

COVID-19 Symptoms include: fever, feeling feverish, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, repeated shaking with chills, muscles aches, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, runny nose, congestion, new loss of taste or smell or any symptom a medical provider feels is relevant.

Local Testing Site:  Compass Health (19515 Brune Pkwy, Warrenton MO 63383) MUST call first 636-445-7245.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  NO out-of-pocket cost, you do NOT have to be a Compass health patient and you do NOT have to be a Warren County resident.  

           Warren County Health Department
COVID-19 Update

 
 

2262 Positive Cases

1956 Recovered

Deaths – 19

Case Counts by Zip Code

63348 -123   63349 -0    63351 – 41      63357 – 437  63363 – 8  63380 – 32   63381 – 5     63383– 980  63390 – 624  65041 – 10

 

Warren County’s CURRENT Risk Level: EXTREME RISK

Category 1 County Action Plan: Extreme Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 15% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 350 or above

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 10 or less.

[NOTE: For the purposes of this advisory, “social group” is defined as any planned or spontaneous event
or convening that would bring together a group of people in a single space at the same time, excluding
normal business activities, religious services, schools and school activities, and extended family
gatherings.]

Masks: Strongly advised in all offices and businesses where social distancing is not possible.

Category 2 County Action Plan: Critical Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 10-14% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 100-349

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 25 or less.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Category 3 County Action Plan: Serious Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 5-9% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 10-99

Business occupancy: No limits.

Social group size: Limited to maintaining 6 feet distance.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Getting a vaccine to everyone who wants one is our priority.  See the chart below for the next phases and who is included in each phase. This was updated today by the state of Missouri and is subject to change. There will likely be multiple options for you to receive your vaccination, either with your provider, a pharmacy, or public health department. Warren County Health Department does not have vaccine at this time. Vaccinations are not currently available at the health department itself, but we will update you when/if that changes. The state of Missouri does not currently have enough vaccine to vaccinate everyone in the Tiers that were opened up today, but anticipate supply to increase over time.  Please be patient as the state works to get more vaccine.

Mercy Hospital is partnering with us to get Warren County residents in 1A, 1B Tier 1 & 2 pre-registered.  Please go to this link to determine your eligibility and register https://bit.ly/2N0z9WF 

A vaccine for COVID-19 is only one of the ways to slow the spread of the disease. Because the supply of vaccine will be limited at first, we’ll have to keep doing everything we know works best to slow the spread of the pandemic. Wearing a face mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, avoiding crowded indoor spaces, washing your hands frequently, and staying home if you are sick will still be the most effective ways to protect our friends and family until the majority of people have been vaccinated.  

Here is a link for Missouri residents to get the most up-to-date information www.MOStopsCOVID.com  

Phase 1B Tier 1 is open now 1/14/21 

Phase 1B – Tier 1: First responders, Emergency Services, and Public Health Infrastructure
Protecting those who keep us safe and help us during an emergency

  • Non-Patient Facing Public Health Infrastructure: Administrators and staff at federal, state, or local public health agencies and other healthcare workers who carry out functions necessary to the operation of the state’s healthcare infrastructure that were not included in 1A.This group includes morticians, undertakers, embalmers, crematory operators and other related occupations.
  • First Responders: All federal, state, and/or local first responders beyond EMS/EMTs in 1A, including law enforcement, fire services, corrections, and certain social service agencies.
  • Emergency Management and Public Works: Federal, state, or local government employees in emergency management and public works agencies, identified nonprofit organizations designated as partner voluntary agencies.
  • Emergency Services Sector: Employees defined in the emergency services sector not otherwise listed, including law enforcement, fire and rescue services, emergency medical services, emergency management, and public works.

Phase 1B – Tier 2: High-Risk Individuals
Protecting those who are at increased risk for severe illness

 

  • Anyone aged 65 and older
  • Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, Heart Conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome.

Positive COVID-19 Cases will now be getting a call from our partners at Maximus who are helping us contact our Warren County MO positive cases!

Please answer a call from 1-833-431-2201

If you have had a positive lab result please do the following until you get a call. Cases are called and investigated in the order received from Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.  There are often delays in positive lab reports getting to the health department, so please follow the steps below to help us slow the spread.

  1. Isolate from others for 10 days from 1st symptom. If still sick on day 10 continue isolation until symptoms improved.
  2. Notify anyone you were a close contact with (within 6 feet for 15 minutes) starting 2 days BEFORE your symptoms started and tell them to quarantine for 14 days, watch for symptoms and get tested if  even one symptom develops.
  3. Letters for employers will only be issued if your case has been investigated with you by our team. Letters can only be issued to positive individuals and household contacts living with a positive individual. We are unable to provide letters to other contacts. If you are in need of a letter immediately and have not talked to member of our team to conduct our investigation of your case, you may consider requesting a copy of your lab result or a notice from your physician instead.
  4. If you are positive and are NOT able to isolate away from other household members (different bedroom, different bathroom and not share common spaces) the household members will need to quarantine 14 days from the last day of the positive person’s quarantine per CDC.  If the positive person is able to separate and isolate from other household members, then those individuals only need to quarantine 14 days from last day they had contact with the positive person before they isolated away from everyone in the home.  

Do you have questions about COVID-19? 

CDC Coronavirus 2019 (COVID 19)
Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services COVID-19 Outbreak 

COVID-19 Symptoms include: fever, feeling feverish, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, repeated shaking with chills, muscles aches, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, runny nose, congestion, new loss of taste or smell or any symptom a medical provider feels is relevant.

Local Testing Site:  Compass Health (19515 Brune Pkwy, Warrenton MO 63383) MUST call first 636-445-7245.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  NO out-of-pocket cost, you do NOT have to be a Compass health patient and you do NOT have to be a Warren County resident.  

           Warren County Health Department
COVID-19 Update

 
 

2262 Positive Cases

1956 Recovered

Deaths – 19

Case Counts by Zip Code

63348 -123   63349 -0    63351 – 41      63357 – 437  63363 – 8  63380 – 32   63381 – 5     63383– 980  63390 – 624  65041 – 10

 

Warren County’s CURRENT Risk Level: EXTREME RISK

Category 1 County Action Plan: Extreme Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 15% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 350 or above

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 10 or less.

[NOTE: For the purposes of this advisory, “social group” is defined as any planned or spontaneous event
or convening that would bring together a group of people in a single space at the same time, excluding
normal business activities, religious services, schools and school activities, and extended family
gatherings.]

Masks: Strongly advised in all offices and businesses where social distancing is not possible.

Category 2 County Action Plan: Critical Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 10-14% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 100-349

Business occupancy: Occupancy limits reflective of social distancing.

Social group size: 25 or less.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Category 3 County Action Plan: Serious Risk

Criteria for county:
  • 7-day positivity rate: 5-9% or above (using CDC method), and
  • 7 day case rate per 100k: 10-99

Business occupancy: No limits.

Social group size: Limited to maintaining 6 feet distance.

Masks: Advised in all offices and businesses with 10+ people where social distancing is not possible.

Getting a vaccine to everyone who wants one is our priority.  See the chart below for the next phases and who is included in each phase. This was updated today by the state of Missouri and is subject to change. There will likely be multiple options for you to receive your vaccination, either with your provider, a pharmacy, or public health department. Warren County Health Department does not have vaccine at this time. Vaccinations are not currently available at the health department itself, but we will update you when/if that changes. The state of Missouri does not currently have enough vaccine to vaccinate everyone in the Tiers that were opened up today, but anticipate supply to increase over time.  Please be patient as the state works to get more vaccine.

A vaccine for COVID-19 is only one of the ways to slow the spread of the disease. Because the supply of vaccine will be limited at first, we’ll have to keep doing everything we know works best to slow the spread of the pandemic. Wearing a face mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, avoiding crowded indoor spaces, washing your hands frequently, and staying home if you are sick will still be the most effective ways to protect our friends and family until the majority of people have been vaccinated.  

Here is a link for Missouri residents to get the most up-to-date information www.MOStopsCOVID.com  

Phase 1B Tier 1 is open now 1/14/21 

Phase 1B – Tier 1: First responders, Emergency Services, and Public Health Infrastructure
Protecting those who keep us safe and help us during an emergency

  • Non-Patient Facing Public Health Infrastructure: Administrators and staff at federal, state, or local public health agencies and other healthcare workers who carry out functions necessary to the operation of the state’s healthcare infrastructure that were not included in 1A.This group includes morticians, undertakers, embalmers, crematory operators and other related occupations.
  • First Responders: All federal, state, and/or local first responders beyond EMS/EMTs in 1A, including law enforcement, fire services, corrections, and certain social service agencies.
  • Emergency Management and Public Works: Federal, state, or local government employees in emergency management and public works agencies, identified nonprofit organizations designated as partner voluntary agencies.
  • Emergency Services Sector: Employees defined in the emergency services sector not otherwise listed, including law enforcement, fire and rescue services, emergency medical services, emergency management, and public works.

Phase 1B – Tier 2: High-Risk Individuals
Protecting those who are at increased risk for severe illness

  • Anyone aged 65 and older
  • Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, Heart Conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome.