The CDC reminds everyone that the COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person by:

  • People who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet). When an infected person coughs or sneezes, respiratory droplets are expelled and can land in the mouth or noses of people who are near, or possibly even inhaled.
  • These droplets may also land on surfaces or objects. It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes.

City of Chesterfield on corona virus

On Friday March 13, the City of Chesterfield emailed this notice to subdivision trustees:

Residents experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, should contact the St. Louis County Health Line at (314)615-2660 with their concerns. Those who have reason to believe they have encountered a person infected with COVID-19 should also utilize that number. The call center has taken over 999 cumulative calls. On Wednesday, March 11, 174 calls were fielded, but that does not include calls that left voicemails. The majority of these calls were requests from healthcare facilities and general information on Coronavirus. For generic COVID-19 questions, there is an additional line now available to take calls, 2-1-1. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services hotline can be reached at (877)435-8411. St. Louis County has created a website dedicated to the dissemination of information relating to COVID-19, Please visit that website or those belonging to the CDC or the World Health Organization (WHO) for the most current and reputable information available.

Chesterfield Police Offer Assistance to Elderly and Health-Compromised Citizens during Pandemic


                                                      NEWS RELEASE


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                        March 19, 2020


Chesterfield Police Offer Assistance to Elderly and Health-Compromised Citizens during Pandemic


The men and women of the Chesterfield Police Department understand these are unprecedented times.  We also understand we have many high risk, vulnerable, and elderly residents in our City that need essential supplies but are unable to get them without creating a potential risk to their health. 

Because of this and in addition to our normal duties, we will begin responding to calls from high risk, vulnerable and elderly residents who may need assistance getting medications and essential supplies.  If you call us, we will develop a plan to assist in getting those items to you.

Also, we are always happy to check the welfare of loved ones if you are concerned for them but unable to check on them yourselves

We are all in this together and we are here if you need us. 

The Chesterfield Police Department

Chief Ray Johnson

Chief of Police

Please call us at 636-537-3000 if you need assistance
If it is an emergency call 911

Mar 11, 2021 at 7:00 PM

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