Four New Springfield COVID-19 Public Exposures Announced

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department has announced four new potential public exposures to the virus that causes COVID-19.

SGCHD officials say that the following exposures took place before the individuals involved were diagnosed with COVID-19:

  • Saturday, May 30: Price Cutter at 1831 W. Kearney during the 9 a.m. hour (infectious and symptomatic, was wearing a facecovering)
  • Saturday, May 30: New Image Thrift Store at 2713 N. Kansas during the 1 p.m. hour (infectious and symptomatic, was wearing a facecovering)
  • Monday, June 1: Sam’s Club at 745 El Camino Alto during the 9 a.m. hour (infectious but wasn’t showing symptoms, wasn’t wearing a face covering)
  • Monday, June 1: Walmart Neighborhood Market at 545 El Camino Alto during the 9 a.m. hour (infectious but wasn’t showing symptoms, wasn’t wearing a face covering)

SGCHD officials encourage those who believe they have may have symptoms of COVID-19 to use virtual care options to contact their primary care provider or a local medical clinic.

As of 9:30 a.m Thursday, Greene County has a total of 167 confirmed cases and 20 probable cases. The county has 61 currently active cases of COVID-19.

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