Centro Latino in Columbia offers resources for the Hispanic community throughout the pandemic.
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It's a mixed bag. Some are US citizens and green card holders. But others have been granted visas or other forms of humanitarian relief.
A local non-profit organization is teaming up with Mizzou Athletics before football season begins.
Capital Region joins MU Health Care, BJC HealthCare, SSM Health, Mercy, CoxHealth, St. Luke's - St. Louis in requiring the vaccine.
An online hearing for the Missouri Rights of Victims Sexual Assault Task Force will meet online Wednesday to discuss funding for organizations helping victims of sexual assault. Green Hills Women's Shelters hopes that the hearing will bring more funding to rural communities where instant help for victims can take up to two hours.
According to Rock the Community, roughly 300 people have called looking for assistance in the past few days.
Participants were able to receive a vaccine and learn about opportunities and resources in the mid-Missouri area.
The American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Public Health Association issued a joint statement.
Gov. Parson signed House Bill 349 on Wednesday, which will allow students to receive scholarships to move schools.