(Farmington) Parkland Health Center in Farmington and Bonne Terre is joining forces with the St. Francois County Health Center to address the sharp rise in positive cases of COVID-19. Annette Schnabel is the president of the hospital. She says the most important thing that the public can do to help slow the spread of the virus is to “mask up.”
Social distancing, washing your hands and avoid touching your face are other tips. We asked Schnabel is she was worried that this latest spike would put a further stress on local healthcare.
St. Francois County now has over 630 cases of the coronavirus. Hear more with Schnabel by clicking on the link below.