Most recently updated at 9:30 p.m., Sunday, April 5, 2020.

As of the St. Louis County Department of Public Health’s most recent update, 862 cases of COVID-19, also known as novel Coronavirus, have been confirmed in the St. Louis county area, with 13 deaths. Check for the most recent numbers and data.

On Friday, March 13, Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency in Missouri. On April 3, he issued a statewide stay-at-home order effective Monday, April 6.

On Tuesday, March 17, Page mandated that all St. Louis county restaurants shut down dine-in services and offer only carry-out, delivery or curbside services.

As of March 18, it is unlawful in St. Louis city and county for more than 10 people to gather in a single room or space.

As of Monday, March 23, a shelter-in-place order has been issued for all of St. Louis County and City. Visit for more details.

On Friday, April 3, Page officially closed all St. Louis County Parks through at least April 22.

The Health Department encourages anyone experiencing Coronavirus symptoms (fever, cough and shortness of breath) and have a reason to believe they have been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19 to call the St. Louis County Health Line, 314-615-2660 to report their experience.

Citizens should remain vigilant during this rapidly evolving pandemic and are encouraged to practice social distancing, limit non-essential travel, sanitize commonly-touched surfaces, wash hands thoroughly and routinely, avoid touching their noses, eyes and mouths and to stay home when sick.

For more information, call the Missouri Novel Coronavirus Information Hotline at 877-435-8411 or visit or

Closures, Postponements and Updates

This list will be updated as more information becomes available.

• The April 7 Missouri Municipal Elections are rescheduled for June 2.

• The Missouri Botanical Garden is canceling the Science Open House, Sake and Sakura, Eggstravaganza and Chinese Culture Days events. The garden is closed until April 3.

• All March events at the Missouri History Museum, Soldiers Memorial and the MHS Library & Research Center are canceled. The locations are closed until May 9.

• Maryville University is moving to a virtual learning format until Monday, March 30.

• Washington University has extended spring break one week and will move to a virtual learning format until at least the end of April.

• Saint Louis University is moving to a virtual learning format starting March 23 and continuing until at least the end of April.

• The 2020 Schlafly Beer Stout & Oyster Festival is canceled

• Saint Louis County Library is suspending all events, programs and outreach activities beginning March 16 and continuing until April 1. All libraries are closed through Friday, April 3.

• The Pulitzer Arts Foundation is closed until April 2.

• Barret Barrera has canceled the upcoming conservator talk with Zoe Perkins scheduled for March 21 at projects+exhibitions.

• Performances at the Fox Theatre have been postponed through March 31. Ticket holders will be honored at rescheduled events. The 10th Annual Teen Talent Competition has also been postponed.

• All events and concerts at The Sheldon Concert Hall have been postponed or canceled until May 10. The Alarm Will Sound concert scheduled for May 15 has also been canceled.

• The World Chess Hall of Fame has cancelled or postponed all events through May 10. The campus is closed until further notice.

• The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra has rescheduled or canceled concerts through April 12. 

• Healthworks Kids Museum will close through March 30.

• Third Degree Glass Factory's Steinfest has been postponed until April 17.

• All events at the Contemporary Art Museum have been suspended until further notice. The museum is also closed until further notice.

• Many events at Stifel Theater have been canceled. Individual ticket holders should check the website to confirm the status of their show.

• Many events scheduled for The Pageant and Delmar Hall have been canceled or postponed. Check the website for the most recent updates.

• HEARding Cats Collective has canceled Carl Stone at the High Low on Friday, March 20.

• All St. Louis Academy of Science events are canceled until further notice.

• All St. Louis Community College campuses have extended spring break for students until March 30. All campuses remain open and employees are expected to continue working. Check the website for hours of campus facilities. 

• Opera Theatre of St. Louis has canceled all public events until further notice.

• University City Public Library has canceled all events including story times until at least March 31. The library is closed until further notice.

• Harris Stowe University spring break has been extended until March 23.

• The World Bird Sanctuary Fete du Feature has been postponed until June.

• The Kingsbury Ensemble is postponing its March 20 event, "The Classical Cello with Tanya Thompkins."

• All activity before the Clayton Municipal Court including dockets, hearings and trials will be postponed until March 30.

• All Clayton Parks and Recreations programs, including Youth Baseball/Softball, Spring Break camps, Shaw Park field rentals and Adult Boot Camp have been cancelled. The Center of Clayton will remain closed through March 22 for previously scheduled renovations.

• Schnucks stores will be closing daily at either 10 p.m. or midnight, depending on location, and reopen at 6 a.m. The Culinaria store will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed on the weekends.

• All Craft Alliance affiliated storefronts are closed until March 30.

• The Book House will remain open with limited hours. Check the Book House website or Facebook page for the most recent information.

• Subterranean Books has moved to entirely curbside pick-up and home delivery only until further notice.

• The St. Louis Aquarium will remain closed through March 31.

• The Gateway Outdoor Expo + Summit on March 28 - 29 has been canceled.

• The Saint Louis Zoo is closed until April 3.

• The Forest Park Visitor's Center is closed until further notice.

• The Sustainable Backyard Network's "Green Drinks" event has been canceled.

• The Saint Louis Science Center is closed through March 31.

• West End Players Guild has canceled its final production of the season, "Bloomsday," which was set for April 17-26.

• The Maplewood Public Library is canceling all programs through April 1. The library is closed until April 6.

• St. Louis Ballet's upcoming performance of "Swan Lake" has been canceled.

• All private security classes held at the St. Louis Municipal Police Academy are cancelled until April 6.

• The 5th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival scheduled for May 7 - 17 has been postponed to a date to be determined.

• The 12th American Natya Festival scheduled for April 24 - 26 has been postponed to a date to be determined.

• The Dred Scott Freedom Awards Dinner scheduled for March 28 has been postponed until further notice.

• Blue Strawberry is closed until April 2.

• Through March 30, the City of Clayton will suspend yard waste collection. Trash and recycling pickup will not be impacted.

• The Central West End Association has canceled April First Friday Happy Hour at Metropolitan Flats, May First Friday Happy Hour, and the 2020 CWE Home & Garden Tour scheduled for June 5-7.

• Upstream Theater is postponing the premiere of “Iphigenia in Splott” until Oct. 9 - 25.

• The Saint Louis Art Museum will be closed until at least mid-April.

• The International Photography Hall of Fame has closed until further notice.

• St. Louis Cathedral Concerts has cancelled its March and April events, as well as its Annual Gala in May. Auditions for the Cathedral Arts Chorale are moved from March 21 and 28 to June 20 and 27.

• The Cabaret Project of St. Louis is canceling all of its open mic events until mid-May.

• All of Clayton Community Theatre's remaining performances of "The Philadelphia Story" are canceled.

• Duane Reed Gallery is closed until further notice.

• Philip Slein Gallery is closed until further notice.

• Jazz St. Louis has postponed all its performances until May 27. Educational programs, including Jazz U and Jazz Academy, are suspended until at least April 3.

• The City of Maplewood is suspending all yard waste services until March 30.

• Left Bank Books has canceled all March and April events until further notice. The storefront is closed but offering curbside service, phone orders and delivery with free shipping.

• William Shearburn Gallery will operate by appointment only until further notice.

• Atrium Gallery will operate by appointment only until further notice.

• All Clayton parks, public facilities and public restrooms are closed until further notice.

• All Missouri casinos are closed through March 30.

• The grounds of Laumeier Sculpture Park remain open but all events have been canceled and buildings are closed. The annual Laumeier Art Fair has been canceled.

• Taste of the Nation has been postponed.

• University City advises citizens to avoid playgrounds, as they are not sanitized. Heman Park Community Center and the Centennial Commons are closed. All pavilion and athletic field rentals have been canceled. All Parks Department programs have been canceled. 

• Maplewood City Hall is closed until further notice.