Reynolds County Health Center Mass Vaccination Events Planned


We are planning for our next rounds of vaccination clinics. (see below) We are asking everyone to go to to register. This is the fastest way to register and be notified. If you have any issues, please call us and we will assist you.

Wednesday, May 19th (#2 dose for individuals that were vaccinated April 21st) 8:30 – 3:30
Wednesday, May 26th (#1 dose) 8:30 – 3:30

2021 Data

As of 5/12/2021 (2021 only), Reynolds County has had 60 recovered cases, 3 is in active isolation, 375 tested with 312 being negative, and 0 Deaths. In 2020, 1820 tested, 1409 negative, 411 positive, & 4 deaths. We will be updating this information on our Facebook page Monday & Thursday now. Please go there for the most recent updates and announcements. Everyone should take precautions at all times no matter where you are.
At present our Positivity Rate is 0%!! BUT- this should not decrease our protective behavior. Using the protective barriors and personal hygiene should continue.
  • Wear a mask at all times in public & other settings outside our home where social distancing is not possible. If vaccinated, please continue to wear your mask.
  • Maintain social distance of at least 6 feet wherever possible, and limit close contacts with other individuals to less than 15 minutes.
  • Wash hands multiple times a day.
  • Stay home when sick or if you have symptoms. Self isolate from other family members.
  • As much as possible, limit your regular interactions to a small group (<10) of family members, friends, and/or co-workers.


In addition to the basic guidance for individuals, all businesses are advised to implement basic infection prevention measure informed by industry best practices:

  • Modify physical workspaces to maximize and maintain social distancing.
  • Develop an infectious disease preparedness and response plan, including policies & procedures for workforce contact tracing when an employee tests positive for COVID-19.
  • Monitor workforce for indicative symptoms. Symptomatic people should not physically return to work until cleared by a medical provider.
  • Develop, implement, and communicate about workplace flexibilities and protections, including:

Encouraging telework whenever possible and feasible with business operations; Working in phases and/or split shifts, if possible; Limiting access to common areas where personnel likely to congregate and interact: and Ensuring that sick leave policies are flexible & consistent with public health guidance


  • Minimize travel outside of Missouri. If traveling outside the state, please follow all guidance and requirement for your destination. Upon return, take as many precautions as possible, wear a mask, and monitor symptoms.
  • If planning travel for gatherings during the holidays, especially those including individuals at high risk, encourage all people to self-isolate as family units as much as practicable in advance of any such gathering.
  • Do not attend gatherings, family or otherwise, if you have any symptoms.In light of the COVID-19 challenge, the State of Missouri’s COVID-19 advisory provides expectations for communities based upon their localized public health data. This advisory acknowledges different jurisdictions will face different situations as the COVID-10 challenge evolves.
For Domestic travel, click here. For International travel, click here.
We are still asking the public to make sure to practice the following-

1.) Handwashing- Please wash your hands frequently by using a anti-bacterial soap. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. (Sing the ABC song or Happy Birthday twice)

2.) Social Distancing- Keep 6 feet away from others and refrain from shaking hands or hugging.

3.) Cover your face when coughing/sneezing by using a tissue or your elbow. If you use your hands, WASH THEM IMMEDIATELY!

4.) STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE SICK– If you are running a fever (100 or higher), coughing or a worsening cough, and shortness of breath, call your medical doctor and give them your symptoms. DO NOT show up there without calling them first as they will have certain protocols/precautions to follow.

5.) If you are out in the public, please wear a face covering (even if vaccinated). This is to protect anyone who may have an underlying chronic condition & the elderly.

We thank our citizen’s for following these guidelines and know we are working hard to keep everyone safe and healthy. Our motto of Public Health – Promote, Protect and Prevent. For more information about Covid-19, click here.