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TUESDAY UPDATES: Cole and Moniteau County report COVID-19 related deaths

Cole County is reporting seven COVID-19 related deaths and Moniteau County is reporting one COVID-19 related death.

Cole County Health Department is reporting six residents died from the coronavirus and one person died that was living in a long term care facility.

The county has reporting 97 total deaths since April 3.

The health department is also reporting 34 new coronavirus cases in the county. That brings the total for the county to 7,611.

In Moniteau County, the health center is reporting one new COVID-19 related death. That brings the county to 28 deaths since May 15. This is the second death this week reported by the health center and ninth this month.

The county has 1,852 total cases with 35 active cases.

The health center is reporting two residents are currently hospitalized due to the virus.

State of Missouri launches new COVID-19 vaccination dashboard

The state of Missouri has launched a coronavirus vaccination dashboard that has Missouri-specific data from across the state.

"We are excited to announce the launch of Missouri's COVID-19 vaccination dashboard. This dashboard will provide Missourians with the most up-to-date, Missouri-specific data available," said Governor Parson. "It is important that we provide this resource and be as transparent as possible, especially as some individuals tasked with reporting Missouri's vaccine data often fail to report the complete picture."

The dashboard includes demographic data and vaccine data for the first and second doses administered.

Additionally, those who live in Missouri and have received at least one dose are also captured in a county-level vaccination table. This shows how many residents have received a dose per reported county of residence.

The vaccination dashboard was incorporated into the larger COVID-19 public health dashboard and is also available at MOStopsCovid.com.

Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services is reporting one new coronavirus related death. The individual was in the 80+ age group.

This is the 68th COVID-19 related death since March 18. This is the 10th COVID-19 related death this month.

Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services is reporting 34 new COVID-19 cases.

The dashboard is currently reporting 546 active cases, a drop of 67 from Monday.

The county now has a reported total number of COVID-19 cases of 16,259.

The county has reported the total number of cases removed from isolation is 15,645, an increase of 100 from Monday.

Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services dashboard has reported the latest five-day average as 63, a 22 case average drop. This is the lowest five-day average since Oct. 29.

The dashboard is reporting the positivity rate of 19.4% for Jan. 15 through last Thursday.

The health department is reporting the total number of hospitalizations in Boone County is 85.

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Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services Jan. 26 dashboard

The number of Boone County residents hospitalized is reported to be 21.

The dashboard is reporting 26 COVID-19 patients in the ICU and 17 patients on ventilators.

The hospital status is still currently in the 'yellow' zone.

State adds 100-plus deaths to coronavirus total; vaccination clinic set for Audrain County

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services added 133 deaths to the state's coronavirus toll Tuesday, including 103 that were added as part of a regular review of death certificates.

The department reported 6,686 deaths Tuesday. That number was pushed higher by the certificate review, which found six unreported COVID-19 deaths in November, 67 in December and 30 in January, according to a news release.

Missouri reported 1,079 new coronavirus cases Tuesday after dipping below 1,000 on Monday. The Tuesday increase was about 200 cases over Monday's new case total. Missouri has now reported 451,493 coronavirus cases since the pandemic began.

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

The state's positivity rate -- the percentage of positive coronavirus test results over seven days -- continued to fall Tuesday, hitting 10.7%. Charts on the health department's coronavirus reporting hub show declines in new cases and deaths since hitting peaks in November and December amid a nationwide surge.

Hospitalizations are falling, too. On Tuesday the state reported its fewest COVID-19 hospitalization since Nov. 5 with 1,953 patients. That's down about 900 from the peaks seen in November and December.

National Guard clinic planned in Audrain County

The Audrain County Health Department said Tuesday that the Missouri National Guard will hold a vaccination clinic this week at Mexico Memorial Airport.

The clinic will take place at 9 a.m. Friday and will be open to people in Tiers 1 and 2 of Phase 1B of the state's coronavirus vaccination plan. Those tiers include people 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions that put them at higher risk for COVID-19.

Audrain County Health Department CEO Craig Brace encouraged people to get there early because of a limited supply of the coronavirus vaccine.

“Limited supply will mean some will have to be turned away. We apologize in advance for this and will continue to work on scheduling other mass vaccination clinics in the near future,” Brace said in a news release announcing the clinic.

Brace said the health department will announce more details on its website once they become available.

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  1. Every single case, hospitalization, and death statistic in this article is based upon a test that it becomes more clear every day is marginally useful in the first place, and completely useless if too many cycles are used. The Nobel Prize winning inventor stated it was useless, and even Doc Fauci said it was if 35 or more cycles were used. The CDC is recommending 40, and there is no control over how many the labs are actually using. In other words, these numbers are just as likely, if not more so, to be in massive error as they are to be near correct.

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