COVID-19 Latest News

Below are activities undertaken by St. Charles County Government to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and mitigate the impact of the worldwide pandemic on this community. Please also see the COVID-19 homepage for a chart updated with the latest numbers.

For more information, please call the COVID-19 Information Hotline at 636-949-1899, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m, daily.

"Stay Home Missouri" Order Issued by Governor Mike Parson

Executive Orders

Please note: The Executive Orders above apply countywide, including within incorporated city limits.

Press Releases and Additional Announcements: Week Four - March 28 - April 3

Press Releases:

Additional Announcements

  • 4.3.20: Residents have reported that phone scammers are impersonating County and municipality officials and asking for personal information, including Social Security numbers, related to COVID testing. County and municipality officials and volunteers WILL NOT ask for this type of personal information during contact investigations, and individuals SHOULD NOT give this information to anyone. For concerns related to this, individuals should email

Press Releases and Additional Announcements: Week One - March 7-13, 2020

Press Releases:

Additional Announcements:

  • 6:35 p.m., 3.13.20:  Inmate Visits Suspended at St. Charles County Department of Corrections
  • 10:30 a.m., 3.13.20: The St. Charles County Public Health Department has sent two new COVID-19 tests to the state lab. Both are travel-related. One traveled to France, and the other was in another state when in contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. Both are self-quarantined. Results will be posted when available.
  • 3.11.20: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Activates Statewide Public Hotline for COVID-19
  • 3.8.20: Activation of St. Charles County’s Incident Command Structure for COVID-19 Response: In response to the presumptive positive Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) case announced Saturday evening, March 7, 2020, in St. Louis County, St. Charles County Government has activated its Incident Command structure at the County Emergency Operations Center. This means the County is taking precautionary measures to prepare for potential spread of the disease. Staff from multiple disciplines are working together in one location to constantly monitor for cases in our area and are following protocol developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Communication will be issued to the public if, and when, new information becomes available.