The following plots focus on a number of regions around Missouri. Unlike the pages for St. Louis and Kansas City, these regions do not encompass officially designated regions. Rather, they attempt to group counties together based on geographic proximity.

Cape Girardeau

These plots show patterns in infections for a number of counties in the Cape Girardeau region of Missouri, which lies along the Mississippi River to the south of St. Louis. These include some, but not all, of the counties in the Cape Girardeau metro area.

Infection Rates

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New Infections

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Data Table

Notes

Mid-Missouri

These plots show patterns in infections for a number of counties in the Mid-Missouri region of Missouri, which lies along the Missouri River to the west of St. Louis and the east of Kansas City. These include some, but not all, of the counties in the Jefferson City and Columbia metro areas.

Infection Rates

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New Infections

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Data Table

Notes

Lake of the Ozarks and South-Central Missouri

These plots show patterns in infections for a number of counties in central Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks region. Camden County is the primary county at the heart of the region, containing much of Osage Beach, MO. These counties are south of the Mid-Missouri region.

Infection Rates

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New Infections

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Data Table

Notes

Northeastern Missouri

These plots show patterns in infections for a number of counties in the northeastern part Missouri. These counties lie along the Mississippi River from the St. Louis Metro area north to the Iowa border.

Infection Rates

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New Infections

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Data Table