MAP: COVID-19 cases in Missouri broken down by counties

17 hours 46 minutes 13 seconds ago Friday, March 27 2020 Mar 27, 2020 Friday, March 27, 2020 2:00:00 PM CDT March 27, 2020 in News
By: Diana Fidarova, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

COLUMBIA — As state and commercial testing is more available for the Missourians, the number of confirmed cases is rising.

At the time of this story, according to the Missouri DHSS website, there are 670 confirmed cases in the state and 8 deaths announced.

Take a look at the map with the confirmed cases broken down by counties, as of 2:00 p.m. on March 27.

*NOTE: The breakdown may not match the total case count above. Kansas City, Missouri cases reflected in Jackson County.

Take a look at the map with the cases in our viewing area:

Adair County: 2

Atchison County: 1

Bates County: 1

Benton County: 1

Bollinger County: 1

Boone County: 42 (includes one death)

Buchanan County: 2

Callaway County: 13

Camden County: 4 (includes one death)

Cape Girardeau County: 6

Carter County: 1

Cass County: 8

Chariton County: 1

Christian County: 3

Clay County: 29

Clinton County: 1

Cole County: 14

Cooper County: 1

Dunklin County: 3

Franklin County: 6

Greene County: 41 (includes four deaths)

Henry County: 1

Jackson County: 95 (includes one death)

Jasper County: 2

Jefferson County: 16

Johnson County: 8

Lafayette County: 6

Lincoln County: 3

Macon County: 1

McDonald County: 1

Moniteau County: 2

Montgomery County: 3

Newton County: 4

Pemiscot County: 2

Perry County: 7

Pettis County: 1

Platte County: 10

Pulaski County: 7

Ralls County: 1

Randolph County: 1

Ray County: 1

Scott County: 1

Shelby County: 1

St. Charles County: 32 (includes two deaths)

St. Francois County: 4

St. Louis County: 247 (includes two deaths)

St. Louis (city): 95 (includes one death)

Stoddard County: 1

Taney County: 1

Texas County: 1

Wright County: 1

TBD: 4

This is a developing story. We will update as more details become available.

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