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Council considers removing COVID-19 ordinance

The Health Department is supportive, despite declining interest in vaccinations.

Health Department officials express concern about rising case counts.

Newly opened Schuchmann Meat is among the recipients.

The municipality and its nonprofit partners connect with more than 400 recipients to date.

The Springfield nonprofit joins with the Standard Chartered Foundation on economic inclusion work.

Health Department officials express concern about rising case counts and low vaccine demand.

Protections for businesses are among issues being discussed in Jefferson City.

Springfield's largest annual event is scheduled for August after it was canceled in 2020.

Springfield companies are making investments in video technologies.

The ordinance is set to expire on Thursday – about a week earlier than scheduled.

Even as restrictions begin to lift in Springfield, including removal of 50% occupancy limits for businesses that started April 16, restaurants are still in recovery mode.

The Road to Recovery plan moves into the yellow phase.

The order is now slated to end this week after a board vote.

Food retail industry invests $24B in response to COVID-19, report says.

Kevin O'Leary gains an equity stake in the Springfield company.

Springfield City Council voted to dial back COVID-19 restrictions starting April 16 – specifically occupancy restrictions in public spaces and at large group events. At its April 5 meeting, …

More than 6,100 people are vaccinated over two days.

The city's mayor cites vaccination opportunities.

The next phase of Springfield’s Road to Recovery will begin April 16.

Kevin O'Leary gains an equity stake in the Springfield company.

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