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    COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    St. Charles County Public Health offers the COVID-19 vaccine at its Immunization Clinic and area events, and maintains distribution statistics for the county. Additional Info...
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    Flu Shot Clinic Oct. 8

    The St. Charles County Department of Public Health will partner with several area organizations to provide free flu shots for those ages 6 months and older during a vaccination clinic Friday, Oct. 8 at St. Charles Community College. Additional Info...
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    Census Shows St. Charles County is Growth Leader in the Region

    If you have lived and/or worked in St. Charles County over the past 10 years, it's clear that our community has grown—and now we have the numbers to prove it! Additional Info...
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    Tips to Find Jobs, Develop Your Career During the Pandemic

    COVID-19 has influenced many aspects of life, including how people develop and further their careers. The Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County has tips and advice for job seekers. Additional Info...
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    Make a Difference in Public Safety

    From 911 dispatchers to officers and deputies, nurses to food service workers, we have opportunities available to join our critical public safety team. Additional Info...
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    New Ramps at Heritage Crossing and Route 364 Now Open

    There is exciting news for residents and businesses in the Heritage Crossing area of St. Charles County. Ahead of schedule, the Highway Department opened new westbound and eastbound slip ramps at Heritage Crossing and Route 364 on Tuesday, Aug. 10. Additional Info...
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    Surveillance Detects West Nile Virus in St. Charles County Mosquitoes

    Routine trapping and surveillance has detected positive test results for West Nile virus in St. Charles County mosquitoes. Additional Info...
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