April 30, 2020
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO – The St. Charles County Department of Public Health today released COVID-19 guidelines for employers in conjunction with County Executive Steve Ehlmann’s announcement this week that the county would follow the Governor’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan. The plan is the first phase of Missouri’s gradual reopening of economic and social activity which begins on Monday, May 4.
“These guidelines give businesses, churches, schools and other employers resources for information we feel is necessary before people start returning to work and social activities,” says Director of St. Charles County Department of Public Health Demetrius Cianci-Chapman. “We know there are many questions about how to safely resume normal activities and we want to provide as much guidance as we can.”
The guidelines can be found on the County’s website at sccmo.org/COVID.
About St. Charles County: Founded in 1812, St. Charles County is one of the fastest growing counties in Missouri, and the state’s third largest county in both population and economic share. It is home to 15 scenic county parks encompassing more than 3,643 acres with additional land under development and more in reserve for future development.
With a population of 395,504, St Charles County is home to large employers including General Motors, Citi, MasterCard Worldwide and Boeing. It is ranked among the top 25 counties in the nation in high-tech job growth by the Progressive Policy Institute and consistently has the lowest unemployment rate in the Metropolitan St. Louis area.
St. Charles County Government employs nearly 1,100 in more than 30 departments and offices, who work to make the county an excellent place to live, work and shop. For more information, please visit sccmo.org.