Posts • December 23, 2021
What you need to know about Long COVID
A recent study has shown that, for more than a third of people who get COVID-19, symptoms of the virus will continue for upwards of six months. What doctors are calling “Long COVID” is the long-term effect the virus can have on patients, including fatigue, shortness of breath, difficulty concentrating, fevers, anxiety, and depression. Some […]
Posts • November 16, 2021
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in St. Louis County
St. Louis County has officially re-entered the CDC’s “High” Threshold for COVID-19 Community Transmission. The spread of COVID-19 in our community is increasing fast, and has jumped up 30% in a single week. While the number of COVID-19 cases has increased across all age groups and regions in the County, there has been a substantial […]
Posts • November 4, 2021
Covid-19 Vaccinations For Children Ages 5-11
Children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible to receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, a game-changing development in fighting this deadly virus. Both the CDC and FDA have announced their approval of the vaccine for children as young as five years old. Starting Saturday, November 6, St. Louis County Department of Health will provide shots for eligible […]
Posts • October 13, 2021
New Mortality Report Reminds Us of the Toll COVID-19 Has Taken on Our Community
A devastating recent report from the St. Louis County Department of Health shows COVID-19 as the third leading cause of death in the county in 2020.
Posts • September 22, 2021
Vaccine Events Begin at St. Louis County Public Libraries
Exciting news from Kristen Sorth, Director, St. Louis County Library.
Libraries bring everyone together. Whether you’re looking for your next book, needing access to a computer, or wanting to hear about the next local event, there’s something for everyone.