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To best serve the community, the staff at River Radio has been compiling and updating the latest information regarding the Covid-19 Coronavirus and it’s effects on our community.
Find the latest closings and cancellations, official news and updates, resources, and more information to help keep you prepared.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Updates
For the latest regional news regarding the virus, see the COVID-19 Updates.
With many cancelations and postponements in our area, we are doing our best to keep up with the pace of information. You can find our most recent list in Cancelations and Postponements.
Primarily, of course, our concern is for the well-being of our listeners, and we want you to be informed of the best practices for personal safety and the safety of others during the COVID-19 outbreak. Below we have posted several resources- local, national and global- to provide you honest and up to date information. Find additional resources here.
Cape Girardeau County Health Department: Visit this page for up-to-date local information as well as guidance on prevention and preparedness for COVID-19 and other emergencies. Visit them on Facebook.
World Health Organization (WHO): Learn more about preventative measures and the global status on their website.
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services: They offer a 24-hour hotline at 877-435-8411 and offer the latest state information HERE.
We will do our best to keep you apprised of the latest news and information available, and provide these third party links with faith that they will keep their information current as well.
The Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center is notifying the public of an Emergency Face Covering Order to be effective Monday, July 13, 2020. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings when around people outside of their household, especially […]
Please note that the district anticipates changes to this plan. This is a fluid environment and thus the solution must be fluid, as well. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time. Download the current Re-Entry Plan as a PDF here July 9, 2020 Dear Tiger Families, We appreciate your patience as we […]
As of the start of business on Friday, July 10, visitors to City facilities are required to wear a mask or face covering inside City-operated buildings. City Hall Parks & Recreation buildings: Osage Centre A.C. Brase Arena Shawnee Park Center 4H Exhibit Hall Sportsplex Jaycee Golf Course Pro Shop Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, United Flights Fire Department (closed […]
Yesterday evening, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center reported 18 new confirmed and 2 new probable cases of COVID19 in the county. There are 294 confirmed cases and 42 probable cases. There were 8 new recoveries. This brings the total to 336 cases with 160 recoveries, and 3 deaths in the county. 90 of […]