Coronavirus symptoms: A list and when to seek help

The main list of acute symptoms at this time is actually quite short and can appear anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure to the virus, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Almost 50 percent of the confirmed COVID-19 cases in Missouri are patients under the age of 50, according to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
 
As of Thursday afternoon, Missouri's COVID-19 cases reached 502.
 
Of the 502 cases the state is reporting, 254 patients are above the age of 50 and 248 patients are 49 years old and younger.
 
The age groups leading the highest number of cases in the state are 50 to 69 with 187 cases, and 20 to 39 with 166 cases. 
  • 88 patients are aged 20 to 29.
  • 78 patients are aged 30 to 39.
  • 114 patients aged 50 to 59. 
  • 73 patients aged 60 to 69. 
The first case in Missouri, reported on March 7, was a St. Louis County woman in her 20s who had traveled to Italy. Learn more about the first case here.
 
St. Louis City's first COVID-19 death was a woman in her 30s. Her case was not travel-related, health officials say.
 
For more information on the COVID-19 and safety guidelines, visit the CDC's website at cdc.gov/coronavirus. The St. Louis County Health hotline is 314-615-2660 or visit the county's website at stlcorona.com to learn more. 

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