Coronavirus Updates and Information

Information received from St. Louis County

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The below information was received on May 21 from St. Louis County: 

St. Louis County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Update

Enjoy Summer Safely

With additional guidance of the reopening of summer camps and aquatic centers expected in the near future, please move into the summer season safely. Plan activities and outings that you can do safely so you can focus on having fun. Take steps to protect not only yourself but the people around you from COVID-19.

Look for activities that allow for natural physical distancing.

  • St. Louis County has many outdoor spaces that you and your family can enjoy while practicing social distancing.
  • Look for outdoor recreation spots that are less crowded so you can easily stay more than 6 feet away from other people.
  • Choose sports like baseball and tennis that don’t require close physical contact between players. Don’t forget to wash your hands after.
  • Plan for physical distancing but be prepared to be around others safely.
  • Before you go out, pack a summer safety kit with hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, tissues and a clean face mask.
  • Don’t forget to pack your usual summer safety items like bug spray, sunscreen and plenty of water.

Utilities, Rent and Food Assistance

As the St. Louis County continues to reopen, there is still a great need in the community for assistance in many areas including utilities, rent and food. The CARES Act, signed into law Mar. 27, 2020, provides 120 days of eviction relief for tenants in federally-backed housing. A list of agencies that can help you, including additional relief resources and be found here.

Dignified Transfer Center

The Dignified Transfer Center is currently accommodating 3 decedents. 53 additional individuals have been through the center and transported to a crematorium or funeral home, at the request of family. To date, 56 individuals have entered the Dignified Transfer Center.

Contact Information

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services hotline can be reached at (877) 435-8411. The St. Louis County website dedicated to the dissemination of information relating to COVID-19 is Please visit that website or those belonging to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO) for the most current and reputable 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.