Coronavirus Updates and Information

Information received from St. Louis County

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The below information was received on November 13 from St. Louis County: 

St. Louis County Pop-Up Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Testing Queeny Park Tuesday November 17th 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

 St. Louis County has announced that in addition to the public health orders, testing and getting a flu shot is absolutely imperative for not only your health but the safety of your loved ones and the community. 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. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here to make a reservation. 

Additional Resources/Articles

RESOURCE: How Right Now is an initiative to address people's feelings of grief, loss, and worry during COVID-19. In conjunction with The CDC Foundation, partners are local, regional, and national organizations that contribute their resources and expertise to help people through the COVID-19 pandemic. Feel free to share this website and additional information can be foundhere

VISUAL: The coronavirus is spread through the air, especially in indoor spaces. While it is not as infectious as measles, scientists now openly acknowledge the role played by the transmission of aerosols – tiny contagious particles exhaled by an infected person that remain suspended in the air of an indoor environment. How does the transmission work? And, more importantly, how can we stop it? The article can be found online here.

In-Depth Analysis Report

The Two Week In-Depth Analysis Trend Report is now available online at [] The report, published October 29, can be found here.

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Beginning Monday November 23rd the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership will begin receiving applications for $5,000 grants for restaurants and small businesses.  The deadline for applications is Monday December 7th however funds are limited.  Click HERE for more information.

Other general information:

The City of Town and Country considers public health and safety as one of the key tenants of our mission. To that end City staff and elected officials have put many precautions in place. We have also been coordinating with St. Louis County Department of Health and West County Fire and EMS. Listed below are resources to assist you. If you do not find the information you need, please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at 314-432-6606.

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.
    • Missouri has been approved for the U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Fund.  Use this link to view the application.

Where can I find information about Town and Country events? 

There is a dedicated "News Flash" on the homepage of our website, or click here to access.

A "Thank You" from Missouri Baptist Medical Center - Click here to read.

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On Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the Social Security Administration closed ALL local Social Security offices to the public for in-person service.

This change impacts the nearly 3.5 million U.S. citizens across the country who rely on their local Social Security office each month to get help applying for and receiving benefits.