Missouri Records Sixth Case Of The Coronavirus
State officials say Missouri should be able to conduct thousands of tests for the coronavirus sometime around April 1.
Gov. Mike Parson said in a news conference Monday he expects the state to be able to deploy mobile testing labs across the state in 10 days to two weeks.
Parson announced Monday a sixth case of the coronavirus in the state, this one in Greene County in southwest Missouri. He said 170 people have been tested for COVID-19 so far in the state, with 164 testing negative.
On Sunday, Parson strongly encouraged the cancellation or suspension of public events with more than 50 people.