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COVID-19 Dashboards

The Missouri Hospital Association, in partnership with various state agencies, engaged in development of COVID-19 dashboards to assist local, regional and state decision-makers.

Visit MHA’s COVID-19 web page for the most current information, resources and guidance.

COVID-19 Regional Dashboard

The Missouri Hospital Association’s COVID-19 Regional Dashboard is an interactive tool designed to provide near real-time situational awareness on the impact of the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in Missouri using multiple data sources. The dashboard is designed to appeal to multiple audiences in both public and private sectors by providing information on sub-state-level variation for several key measures related to the epidemiology of the pandemic throughout Missouri’s regions and counties. The content provides decision support to hospitals, government officials, public health and business owners on local and statewide mitigation policies using the latest available data.

The content of this dashboard is available through partnerships with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the Washington University Institute for Public Health, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

For optimal performance, this dashboard should be viewed in currently supported Google Chrome or Firefox internet browsers.

Documentation and FAQs


Health care administrators seeking community-level positivity rates regarding compliance with CMS testing of long-term care employees and residents should use the following required link from CMS to make decisions, rather than the data compiled above in our interactive dashboard.

Static Dashboards

Weekly Regional Dashboards

The weekly regional dashboards have been developed in partnership with Missouri state agencies, hospital leaders and researchers at the Institute for Public Health at Washington University.

DHSS Daily Situational Awareness

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