Crawford County surpassed the 2,000 mark in total COVID-19 cases over the past week but has seen a steady decline in the numbers of new cases reported each week since the start of the new year showed an increase well over 100 for the first week.
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The Crawford County CARES Act Committee has allocated all but $14,000 of the $2.8 million in federal CARES Act funding accepted by the county and intended to assist area political subdivisions with reimbursement for costs incurred addressing the coronavirus pandemic during 2020.
The University of Missouri Extension has released county-level data sheets that document the impact of the University of Missouri system on the local area. The data provided was for Fiscal Year 2020.
After closing out 2020 in the top spot in the state for its COVID-19 infection rate, Crawford County has seen a steady decline in the numbers of new cases reported each week for the first month of 2021.
COVID-19 cases in Crawford County, while still increasing total numbers, are not increasing at the rapid rate seen earlier in the month. As of January 24, the state website reported a new total of 1,955 cases for Crawford County, showing an increase of just 41 cases over the previous week’s total of 1,914.