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School Board honors cadet, discusses COVID policies

The Sedalia School District 200 Boa​​rd of Education met Monday night at the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School for its monthly meeting. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website. To continue reading, you will need...
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FOUR MORE COVID-19-RELATED DEATHS REPORTED IN PETTIS COUNTY

The Pettis County Health Center received notification of four additional deaths due to COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to 92. Health Center officials say during September 4-11, there were a total of 144 positive COVID tests. Out of that total, 24 were fully vaccinated, making the breakthrough rate 16.6 percent.
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SFCC to host Dr. Fracica for COVID discussion

State Fair Community College will host Dr. Phil Fracica from Bothwell Regional Health Center for a discussion and Q&A at 5 p.m. Sept. 14 and 11 a.m. Sept. 30 in Thompson Conference Center, Heckart Center on the Sedalia campus. Fracica’s discussion will focus on the COVID-19 vaccine regarding reproductive concerns...
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Only 53 people got a COVID vaccine at the Missouri State Fair

SEDALIA, Mo. – In the push to get Missourians vaccinated against COVID-19, a surprising fact from Missouri State Fair organizers, which offered free vaccines this year to attendees. After taking a different route last year because of the pandemic, the fair was back to normal in 2021 with concerts and...
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Pettis County offers COVID-19 update

Pettis County added 172 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases to 6,684, according to the Pettis County Health Center. “The number is a little higher this week due to the month end reconciliation which identifies cases that had not been reported previously,” the Pettis County COVID-19 Task Force briefing issued Tuesday said. “The preliminary case count for the month of August is 740 cases, which is an increase of 139 cases over the 601 cases reported in July. This is an increase of 18.7%.”
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COVID Hot Spot Advisory Issued For Lincoln And Warren Counties

COVID-19 cases are quickly rising over the past two weeks in Lincoln and Warren counties. As a result, Missouri health officials issued a hot spot advisory for both counties. It is first advisory issued for counties in the St. Louis metropolitan area since the Department of Health and Senior Services began issuing them this summer. Hospitals in the region are seeing resource strain from the increased numbers of COVID-19 patients and hospitalizations.
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