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Missouri surpasses 1,000 coronavirus cases, St. Louis County accounts for one-third of cases

St. Louis County's numbers increased to 366, the most of any county by a wide margin

MISSOURI, USA — The number of coronavirus cases in Missouri surpassed 1,000 Monday, and St. Louis County accounts for 33% of them.

In the new numbers published by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the state had 1,031 cases. Increases in local counties later in the night brought the total to 1,104.

The increase also included another death, this one in Lafayette County.

St. Louis County's numbers increased to 366, the most of any county by a wide margin. The numbers released by the state for St. Louis were lower than the 150 cases the city reported a few hours after the state's numbers were published. The numbers in multiple other local counties were also higher.

The age breakdown for cases reported by the state are as follows:

  • Under 20    40
  • 20-24    105
  • 25-29    77
  • 30-34    70
  • 35-39    76
  • 40-44    76
  • 45-49    78
  • 50-54    115
  • 55-59    107
  • 60-64    94
  • 65-69    57
  • 70-74    54
  • 75-79    34
  • 80+    48

For a full county-by-county breakdown, see 5 On Your Side's interactive map below.

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