In his final press briefing as the head of the St. Louis Pandemic Task Force, Garza emphasized that vaccination is the only way to win the fight.
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- The St. Louis Metro Pandemic Task Force ended their series of coronavirus briefings Monday morning.
Leaders in St. Louis City and County say there's no simple answer when it comes to going fully back to normal. They say it depends on the number of people vaccinated and daily case numbers.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- The head of St. Louis' pandemic task force said it is unclear when the region's major hospitals will receive initial d…
Recent data shows 71% of the COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the St. Louis region went to white people while only 8% went to Black population.
Fighting back against critics of his state’s vaccine rollout, Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Thursday said leaders in the St. Louis area are misleading the public, taking aim at Dr. Alex Garza, who heads the St. Louis Pandemic Task Force.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Since December, nurses, doctors and other frontline workers have been receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
The head of the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force says there are glimmers on hope in the fight against COVID-19, but challenges remain.
Hospitals and health departments are still working to vaccinate all healthcare workers in the 1A category of Missouri's rollout plan, but the state has now given the green light to begin Phase 1B.
The head of the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force says he is hopeful those who are part of Phase 1B for the COVID-19 shot can start to get them next month.