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COOPER COUNTY COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEK

The Central Missouri Community Action is partnering with the Cooper County Public Health Center to offer a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic this week. The walk-in vaccination clinic for persons eligible for the vaccine is scheduled to be held from 9 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28, at the CMCA Resource Center at 345 West Ashley Road.
Cooper County, MOkrcgtv.com

Cooper County Fair preps underway

The Cooper County Fair opens Tuesday. On Sunday, residents went down to the fairgrounds to drop off their best homegrown products. The goal is to see who comes out on top in the upcoming competition for the best farming goods. "We get a group of people together and you really...
Cooper County, MOBoonville Daily News

CCPHC sees spike in COVID-19 cases in June

Cooper County Public Health Center Director Melanie Hutton said the county saw an increase of Covid-19 cases for the month of June. Hutton said over the past week, the county has witnessed an increase of 150%. “I can’t emphasize enough that the Cooper County Public Health Center has covid immunizations on Tuesday’s by appointment and walk-ins on Thursday’s from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-7 p.m.,” Hutton said. “No appointments are necessary on Thursdays. We have both Pfizer and Moderna. Pfizer is available for children ages 12 and up.”
Boonville, MOBoonville Daily News

City council hears first reading for 32,000 square foot expansion at CMMG

Short and sweet. That’s how Boonville City Administrator Kate Fjell referred Tuesday night’s council meeting-which lasted a total of 20 minutes not counting the closed session afterwards. However in those 20 minutes, Fjell said the council heard everything from public comments from Gigi McAreavy (Director of Economic Development of Cooper...
Cooper County, MOBoonville Daily News

Cooper County starting to see uptick in COVID-19 cases

Cooper County Public Health Center Director Melanie Hutton said Cooper County is starting to experience an increase of Covid-19 cases, an increase of 150% over the past week. Hutton said signs and symptoms include: headache, runny nose, sore throat (Fever and cough are less common), Loss of smell/taste were not experienced by many.