Steelville Drug, a member of the Sinks Pharmacy group that also includes Sinks Pharmacy, Medley Pharmacy, and Towne Pharmacy, recently released information about pharmacy operations during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The release noted, even in a global pandemic, pharmacies are one of the only places that will remain open, although operations may look a little different during this time.
Area grocery stores are remaining open to give residents access to essential food and household items, but all are taking steps to keep their facilities clean and customers and employees safe from the coronavirus. Stores are taking new measures to limit the number of customers allowed inside, sanitized properly, and offer seniors a chance to safely shop.
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has a number of provisions to assist businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will offer some relief to small businesses in Missouri as it launches today, Friday, April 3. The Missouri Bankers Association and the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry ask for patience from the public as the program begins.
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Imaging Department recently received a 5-Star Excellence Award from Professional Research Consultants (PRC), Inc. PRC is a national healthcare marketing research firm that works directly with over 2,500 hospitals and healthcare organizations in their quest to provide excellent experiences for their patients.
Personal Protective Equipment is highly sought after due to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic. Community members have been busy working to make facemasks to protect health care workers.