March 25, 2021
Today the Jefferson County Health Department Board of Trustees during their regular monthly meeting have decided to allow the ongoing COVID Countywide Mask Order to expire. The County Executive concurs in this decision and supports the same.
While there are many opinions on both sides of this issue the Health Department and the County agree that this is not the time to let our collective guard down. We, as a County, need to continue to practice social distancing, good hygiene, obtain a vaccine if desired, stay home when sick and wear masks as a personal choice even though not ordered by public agencies.
While we are mindful of the changes in the COVID numbers and are making changes in recommendations in response to these lower trends, this is a time for personal responsibility to ensure these numbers continue to trend downward. Please help us ensure our collective Public Health remains high and our numbers remain low. Thank you.
Executive Assistant | County Executive Dennis Gannon
Jefferson County, Missouri Government
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NEW! Missouri COVID-19 Vaccine Guide
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