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Updated: April 6, 2020 @ 1:30 am
County announces second confirmed case
Parson issues statewide stay-at-home order
By DAN FOX
The CHFA will award $4000.00 in 2020. Grants are available to 501(c)3 Organizations. The applications are restricted to projects within the Gasconade County R-1 School District. The deadline to file is April 15, 2020.
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Doug, Scheidegger's Service Center:
"It's slowed down. The phone's quit ringing. Nothing's going on."
Sharon, Berlener Health Mart:
"We're very busy. We're ordering things every day. There's a lot of people out."
Ash, Downtown Deli & Custard Shoppe:
"We are seeing a lot of businesses ordering lunch for the office. We are operating as normal. You just can't eat inside. Everyone seems to be in good spirits."
Ethan, old timey bike guy:
"It's been dead. I'm losing a lot of hours.
I think it's kind of all overreacting."
Mike, Hermann Wurst Haus:
"We're selling tons of meat. People are shopping for meat for their own home. We're buying direct from the farmer. We're hauling it from the farmer. We're cutting it up."
Tourists from St. Louis:
"We were supposed to go to Florida, but didn't because of the virus. We've visited Hermann before."
James, Ricky's Chocolate Box:
"This week has been busier than normal. We haven't changed hours. We will stay open until we're forced to close."
Thuy, Hermann Family Drug:
"We've seen an increase in chaos, panicking. People want medications early. And they're buying everything."
It's been difficult to obtain over-the-counter drugs.
The Advertiser-Courier traveled around Hermann on Friday to ask businesses and residents how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting them and their normal routines in and out of the workplace.
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