The Lake of the Ozarks has officially broken the COVID 19 10,000 case threshold.
The latest data from the combined 4 counties that makes up the Lake Area, shows a total of 10,024 positive cases since March 2020, when testing first started.
Despite that number, the progress towards slowing the spread has been rapidly expanding, with just 19 active cases remaining at this time.
In total, 9,778 people have recovered from the virus, while 227 people died as a result of its effects.
Overall, the Lake area has so far administered over 47,000 COVID 19 vaccines in the 4-county region.
See the full numbers below:
Current Active Cases: 19
Total Recovered Cases: 9,778
Overall Totals in the Lake Area: 10,024
Overall Deaths In The Lake Area: 227
Number of residents now vaccinated: 47,829
Totals by County:
Total Active Cases: 10
Total Recovered: 3,901
Total Cases: 3,992
Residents Now Vaccinated: 23,192
Total Active Cases: 2
Total Recovered: 2,427
Total Cases: 2,485
Residents Now Vaccinated: 8,796
Total Active Cases: 4
Total Recovered: 1,688
Total Cases: 1,735
Residents Now Vaccinated: 9,481
Total Active Cases: 3
Total recovered: 1,762
Total Cases: 1,812
Residents Now Vaccinated: 6,360
For state data: The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ ongoing data on COVID 19 cases can be found here.