The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) announced Monday that it launched a new set of COVID-19 dashboards. The agency says the overhaul showcases health information as well as economic and social impact data.
Another new feature is data about COVID-19 cases within Missouri’s K-12 schools. The information also contains non-public school students in each district’s boundary.
DHSS says the dashboards are designed to be user-friendly for the public. They will be updated each morning instead of the daily update at 2 p.m.
The new website has had some technical glitches with loading certain data like the current number of Missourians in a hospital being treated for COVID-19, demographics and testing details.
According to DHSS, more than 123,000 Missourians have tested positive and another 2,074 people have died from the virus.
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