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Daily COVID-19 Updates

October 26, 2020

Seasonal Travel

Over the next few months, if you are thinking about traveling for the holidays, be sure to take measures to protect yourself, your family and others around you. COVID-19 is an international pandemic, and traveling can put people at greater risk of getting sick.

Before you travel, here are a few things to consider: 

  • How much COVID-19 is spreading where you are going and how much it is spreading in your local community
  • Whether you or someone you are traveling with could get very sick (considered high-risk) from COVID-19
  • How easy or difficult it will be to keep 6 feet between people whether in route or at your final destination
  • What your return to work or school may look like if you get sick or exposed with a risk of isolation

If you choose to travel, take the following steps:

  • Clean your hands often with soap and water, hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Keep 6 feet of space between yourself and others.
  • Wear a mask. (Carry additional masks).
  • Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Bring enough of your medications to last the entire trip.
  • Consider packing food or picking up food from the store, drive-throughs, or curbside pickup.

 For additional information on traveling see CDC: Travel during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Flu vaccine

The flu vaccine will not protect you from COVID-19. However, like COVID-19, the flu is a respiratory illness. It is possible to get flu and COVID-19 at the same time. That’s why it's important to take steps to prevent both diseases. With both the flu and COVID-19 circulating this fall and winter, we want to do everything we can to keep our community healthy so we do not overwhelm our health care system. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here, to make a reservation. Please note the latest pop-up testing location:


November 1, 2020   

8:00 am- 4:00 pm

6710 Clayton Rd.

St. Louis, MO 63117

If I am concerned that I have coronavirus or may have been exposed, what do I do?
Contact the St. Louis County COVID-19 Hotline 24/7 at (314) 615-2660

Where can I get information and updates?
Visit St. Louis County’s dedicated COVID-19 webpage at

Please follow St. Louis County, the County Department of Public Health and the County Executive on social media for updates.

Where can I get updates about travel?
Coronavirus Disease Information for Travel can be found at

What resources are available from St. Louis County? 

  • Guidance for the general public, churches, schools, businesses, and community organizations on how to prevent the spread of germs and diseases.
  • Regular updates on COVID-19 from the state and federal government.
  • Health education and promotional materials to help promote hand washing, Cover Your Cough, and other community messages.
  • Assistance with emergency planning and preparation.
  • Literature and information for vulnerable populations.
  • St. Louis County clinics can provide medical care to all County residents, regardless of ability to pay. Call (314) 615-0500 if you do not have a doctor.
Additional resources on cleaning your home:

Business Assistance Information

The COVID-19 Resources for Business provides up-to-date information on support, loans, and grants for restaurants and other businesses.