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Jackson County Health Department COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: September 2, 2020

Date Added: September 1, 2020

Jackson County, MO

Principal Subject: Jackson County Health Director Bridgette Shaffer

This material includes emails sent to, from or copied to Bridgette Shaffer, Jackson County Health Department Director, regarding the local Covid-19 response, including community spread and school safety operations for Jackson County, Missouri.

Date Range: July 1 to July 17, 2020

Format Details: .pdf (1,226 pages)

West Nodaway School District, Missouri, COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: August 24, 2020

Date Added: August 21, 2020

Nodaway County, MO

Highlighted Documents: St. Louis Area Superintendents Return to School Work Group Suggested Practices

Principal Subject: Mitch Barnes, superintendent, West Nodaway R-I School District

This material includes emails sent to, from or copied to Mitch Barnes, superintendent of the West Nodaway R-I School District, regarding Covid-19 response and reopening plans.

Date Range: July 1 to August 11, 2020

Format Details: .pdf (216 pages)

St. Joseph Health Department COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: July 12, 2020

Date Added: June 19, 2020

St. Joseph, MO

Principal Subject: City of St. Joseph Health Director Debra Bradley

These documents include emails sent from, to or copied to St. Joseph Health Director Debra Bradley regarding local response to COVID-19.

Date Range: March 12 to May 13, 2020

Format Details: .pdf without attachments (8 MB)

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