The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 467 new cases of the virus on Saturday, bringing the total number of PCR test confirmed cases of the virus to 499,319.
In addition, the state also added 249 probable antigen cases, bringing that number to 81,945.
Two new deaths were reported on Saturday, the death toll in Missouri now at 8,694.
The Show Me State's 7-day positivity rate was reported at 4.9 percent on Saturday. It has hovered under and around 5 percent for the past few weeks.
In the state's health care system, 788 patients are dealing with COVID-19 infections in hospitals. Of those, 135 are in the ICU and 73 are on ventilators.
In the fight against the virus, 36% of the population has received at least one shot of the coronavirus vaccine. That equals 2,208,926 people who have started the process.
Of those, 25.7% of the state's population has finished the vaccine process, meaning 1,577,976 people. Patients are not consider fully vaccinated until two weeks after their last shot.
In total, 3,667,417 doses of the vaccine have been put into the arms of Missourians.