COVID-19 Dashboard launched


Office of Governor Michael L. Parson

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – During the May 20 COVID-19 briefing, Gov. Mike Parson announced the launch of a new COVID-19 dashboard containing Missouri-specific data from across the state.
“Throughout COVID-19, we have worked very hard to be transparent and provide Missourians with the most accurate, up-to-date information as possible, and the same goes for this dashboard,” Gov. Parson said. “We want Missourians to have access to the data and information we’re using to make decisions as we work through the recovery process.”
The interactive dashboard, (mophep.maps.arcgis.com), includes data previously released and updated regularly, including cumulative COVID-19 case and death counts, cases and deaths by county, and demographics such as age and gender. It also includes comprehensive data such as the percent change in case totals at the state and county levels as well as more detailed information on testing and hospitalizations. The dashboard will automatically update as new data becomes available.
“The dashboard is a great representation of the trends we’ve been seeing across the state driving our decision to reopen, and I encourage the public to use this to stay informed and up-to-date on the situation in Missouri,” Gov. Parson said.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The Department of Mental Health encourages Missourians to take care of their mental and emotional health at all times, but especially amid the stress and uncertainty of COVID-19.
For Missourians struggling to cope with the pandemic, the federal Disaster Distress Helpline (800-985-5990) is an important resource. The DMH website also has a list of resources to help individuals and families cope with the strains of COVID-19.

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