COVID-19 and Coronavirus

HZ COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccinations

St. Louis County is working with the Missouri National Guard to conduct a large-scale vaccination event on Saturday, March 6 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the North County Recreational Center located at 2577 Redman Ave. They hope to administer 2,000 doses. 

All eligible residents should register for the event by visiting www.stlcorona.com. The Department of Public Health will make appointments by pulling from its pre-registration list. Anyone who is pre-registered, regardless of their eligibility tier, may be selected. No walk-up service is available. 

Learn more about vaccine eligibility and Missouri's vaccination efforts at https://covidvaccine.mo.gov/.

How is the City of Hazelwood responding to the COVID-19 outbreak?

We take the outbreak very seriously. Hazelwood’s Fire Chief and Police Chief are in constant contact with County and State officials to receive the latest information about COVID-19 in Missouri. They are also a part of the St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team, which was activated on March 6 in anticipation of the potential impact of COVID-19 in St. Louis County. This activation brings together at the County’s EOC the following assets: the Department of Public Health, Office of Emergency Management, Public Information Officers, local Fire/EMS, and the St. Louis Medical Operations Center (SMOC), which is a coordinated and collaborative group of our local hospital systems. Other departments could become involved depending on how the novel coronavirus impacts St. Louis County.

Changes to Hazelwood’s First Responders protocols:

Our police and fire departments have slightly changed how they are responding to emergencies. As calls come in, our dispatchers are screening them to try to find potential risks that exist before/during response in order to mitigate the circumstances with least risk to all. In some sick-case responses, our first responders will slightly change protocol to maximize protection for responders while still providing needed assistance to callers.

Latest News

  • Find resources for businesses here.
  • At the April 1, 2020, City Council Meeting, the City Council declared a State of Emergency in the City of Hazelwood. View the full ordinance here.
  • The Senior Bus will continue normal operations. Staff will deep clean the bus daily in accordance with CDC guidelines. We encourage all passengers to also follow personal hygiene best practices and stay home if you are not feeling well.
  • Sign up for the latest City updates here.

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