COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)
UPDATE 9:45 P.M.: The Department of Health and Senior Services and State Emergency Management Agency found additional COVID-19 cases in the Harry S Truman State Office Building.
Last Friday, the agencies began testing people who worked in a part of the building where cases were identified.
Almost 300 people were tested, and 35 of those people tested positive.
Overall, 39 people who work in the building have tested positive for the virus.
Employees will be screened at the doors and will be required to wear a mask.
UPDATE 5:50 P.M.: The Columbia/Boone County Health Department reported 41 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
There have now been 4,286 cases total reported in the county. Out of those 440 cases are active.
The five-day average of COVID cases is at 60.
There were 14 Boone County residents hospitalized with the virus on Sunday.
UPDATE 4:15 P.M.: The Morgan County Health Center reported 74 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.
A statement on the health center's Facebook page said Morgan County has seen a spike in cases over the past two weeks. The cases are under investigation.
There have now been 294 cases of the virus in the county.
Active cases jumped from 55 to 100.
ORIGINAL: The Department of Health and Senior Services reported Missouri has had 112,844 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
There were 1,328 new cases reported Sunday.
The department reported two new deaths, bringing the death toll up to 1,795.
The seven-day positivity rate was at 11.8% on Sunday.
At least 1,212,508 people have been tested for the virus. Of all of those tested, 9% tested positive for the virus.
On Sunday, 1,064 people were hospitalized with the virus.