Documenting COVID-19

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Draft Situation Report, July 26-30, 2021

Date Updated: October 27, 2021

Date Added: October 27, 2021


The draft situation report authored by Mark Buxton, the rapid response team coordinator for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, summarizes health and emergency response activities in Missouri during the week of July 26 to 31, 2021, and includes details about the ultimately withdrawn resource requests for a COVID-19 overflow hospital by Springfield/Greene County officials.

Principal Subject:
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

Highlighted Documents: Draft Situation Report, July 26-30, 2021

Date Range:
July 31, 2021


Format Details:
.docx Word document (4 pages, 25 KB)

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