Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker confirmed Thursday afternoon a fifth positive COVID-19 case has detected and confirmed in the county.
The Franklin County Humane Society (FCHS) at 1222 W. Main St. in Union closed to the public Monday, March 23, in response to the coronavirus crisis.
As of Monday, all Franklin County buildings are closed to the public, but many offices are still providing services to residents.
Officials from the Franklin County Health Department confirmed Franklin County’s first positive case of COVID-19 on Monday and three more quickly followed.
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker took to Facebook Saturday afternoon to update details on a Mercy Hospital Washington employee who tested positive for COVID-19 Friday, March 20.
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker has confirmed on Friday, March 20, a resident of St. Louis County who is employed at Mercy Hospital Washington tested positive for COVID-19. The affected person did not display any symptoms of the virus until March 19, 2020. The positive …
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Emergency medical services across Franklin County may soon be feeling the pinch as the coronavirus takes its toll on first responders and fears force unnecessary calls for service.
To help limit the spread of COVID-19, Mercy Hospital Washington patients will be limited to one visitor at a time, with a goal to reduce traffic in and out of the hospital whenever possible.
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker says health officials are monitoring many suspicious cases, but thus far no one in the county has tested positive for the virus as of Friday afternoon.
Both state political parties have released statements regarding the awarding of delegates to presidential candidates from the March 10, presidential preference primary.
As an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of the community, the Franklin County Area United Way said it’s closely monitoring the developments of COVID-19 in this county and throughout the nation.
In a sweeping move affecting thousands of Catholics in the St. Louis area, Archbishop Robert J. Carlson on Monday immediately suspended all public Masses in the archdiocese.
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft issued the following statement Monday afternoon ahead of the upcoming elections in the state of Missouri.
The Franklin County Commission has decided to limit all restaurants and bars to carryout and delivery service only effective close of business, or 12:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 18, until noon April 17.
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker has confirmed the closure of bars and restaurants, except for carry-out and delivery, will began Wednesday, March 18 at close of business, or 12:01 a.m.