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St. Charles County COVID-19 total rises to 15

St. Charles County COVID-19 total rises to 15

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UPDATED at 9 a.m. Wednesday with additional details on new cases.

St. Charles County on Wednesday reported four new cases of people with COVID-19, bringing to 15 the total number countywide, a spokeswoman for the county executive said.

The county has had one death, a man in his 70s.

The 15 cases include an employee at the Circle K gas station and convenience store on Elm Street and an elderly woman who lives at Frontier Health and Rehabilitation Center in St. Charles.

Mary Enger, a spokeswoman for County Executive Steve Ehlmann, said Wednesday that the four latest residents who have COVID-19 are a man in his 30s, a man in his 50s and two women in their 50s.

• Read about retail stores in the region that are cutting hours or closing due to the coronavirus.

• Read the list of area restaurants that are closing, switching to carryout or otherwise adjusting due to the coronavirus.

• Area events canceled or postponed

• Read the list of canceled sports events.

• COVID-19 cases in Missouri by county

• COVID-19 cases in the United States

• CDC fact sheet: Prevention and treatment

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