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SUNDAY UPDATES: Missouri sees a near 20% increase in week to week coronavirus cases

The Missouri Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 numbers reported June 27.
The Missouri Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 numbers reported June 27.


The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 467 new cases of the coronavirus Sunday, bringing the total case count since the start of the pandemic to 522,889.

The state dashboard says new cases are up by 19.6% over the past seven days. The positivity rate is currently at 7.7%. Missouri tested 49,048 people for the virus in the past seven days.

The state also added 188 probable cases of the virus to the dashboard Sunday. In total, 93,187 probable cases of COVID-19 were discovered through antigen testing.

No new deaths were reported Sunday, keeping Missouri's death count at 9,257.

In the state's healthcare system, 854 people are dealing with COVID-19 infections. Of those, 241 are in the ICU and 104 are on ventilators.

Sunday's numbers show  44% of Missouri residents have gotten at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine. For Missourians 18 and older that number is at 54.6%.

In total, 4,925,610 of the vaccine have been put into the arms of residents in the Show-Me State. In the past 7 days, the average daily doses given was 8,365.

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  1. A 20% increase in cases, and no percent increase given for deaths? Apparently, people aren’t dying on command as quickly as the “experts” and “officials” desire. It doesn’t matter how much cases increase if deaths don’t. Any more than cases of dandruff do. Looks like this virus is behaving exactly as most of them do. Mutating into a more contagious but less dangerous form. The most successful parasite spreads easily and does not kill its transmission vector, aka host. Which is why viruses fade away. If they didn’t one would have wiped us out millennia ago.

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