Morgan County confirms its first COVID 19 case

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 16,908 confirmed cases in the state and 946 deaths from the virus.

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

Take a look at the map with the confirmed cases and deaths to the virus broken down by counties, as of 2:00 p.m. on June 22. We should note the State Department of Health and Senior Services has not provided the number of recovered patients across the state

*NOTE: Kansas City, Missouri cases are reflected in Jackson County on the map. Joplin cases are reflected in Jasper County on the map. In the list those cases are separated, as the DHSS separatesthe cases of those who reside within the city limits and those who reside in the county.

The breakdown may not match the total case count above:

Adair County: 92

Andrew County: 40

Atchison County: 3

Audrain County: 136 (includes two deaths) 

Barry County: 33

Barton County: 15

Bates County: 12 (includes one death)

Benton County: 14

Bollinger County: 12

Boone County:277(includes two deaths)

Buchanan County: 816  (includes three deaths)

Butler County: 80

Caldwell County: 12

Callaway County:41 (includes one death)

Camden County: 40 (includes one death)

Cape Girardeau County: 141 (includes three deaths)

Carroll County: 11

Carter County: 6 (includes one death)

Cass County: 114 (includes eight deaths)

Cedar County: 9

Chariton County: 6

Christian County: 32

Clark County: 1

Clay County: 348 (includes three deaths)

Clinton County: 23

Cole County: 61 (includes two deaths)

Cooper County: 12

Crawford County: 10

Dallas County: 10

Daviess County: 7

DeKalb County: 10

Dent County: 1

Douglas County: 3

Dunklin County: 79 (includes three deaths)

Franklin County: 191 (includes 18 deaths)

Gasconade County: 4

Gentry County: 55 (includes four deaths)

Greene County: 228 (includes 10 deaths)

Grundy County: 17

Harrison County: 11

Henry County:17 (includes three deaths)

Holt County: 1

Howard County: 3

Howell County: 31

Iron County: 2

Jackson County: 1030 (includes 22 deaths)

Jasper County: 157

Jefferson County: 461 (includes 20 deaths)

Johnson County: 90

Joplin: 89

Kansas City: 1945 (includes 29 deaths)

Laclede County: 20

Lafayette County: 86 (includes two deaths)

Lawrence County: 13

Lewis County: 7 (includes one death)

Lincoln County: 92 (includes one death)

Linn County: 13 (includes one death)

Livingston County: 7

Macon County: 7

Madison County: 3

Maries County: 2

Marion County: 10

McDonald County: 371

Mercer County: 5

Miller County: 8

Mississippi County: 77

Moniteau County:58 (includes one death)

Monroe County: 4

Montgomery County: 13

Morgan County: 12

New Madrid County: 35  (includes one death)

Newton County: 123 (includes one death)

Nodaway County: 18

Oregon County: 6

Osage County: 5

Pemiscot County: 105 (includes six deaths)

Perry County: 88

Pettis County: 107 (includes one death)

Phelps County: 7

Pike County: 33 (includes one death)

Platte County: 102 (includes three deaths)

Polk County: 11

Pulaski County: 106 (includes one death)

Putnam County: 2

Ralls County: 5

Randolph County: 12

Ray County: 25

Reynolds County: 3

Ripley County: 14

Saline County: 286 (includes four deaths)

Schuyler County: 1

Scotland County: 9 (includes one death)

Scott County: 160 (includes 10 deaths)

Shannon County: 6

Shelby County: 2

St. Charles County: 957 (includes 60 deaths)

St. Clair County: 2

St. Francois County: 68 (includes two deaths)

St. Louis County: 5606 (includes 500 deaths)

St. Louis (city): 2142  (includes 134 deaths)

Ste. Genevieve County: 14 (includes one death)

Stoddard County: 127 (includes six deaths)

Stone County: 10

Sullivan County: 102

Taney County: 32 (includes two deaths)

Texas County: 2

Vernon County: 12

Warren County: 33

Washington County: 14 (includes one death)

Webster County: 21

Worth County: 4

Wright County: 14

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

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