This report offers important data about the statewide spike in coronavirus but then ruins it by targeting local political & cultural attitudes instead of a dearth of leadership and bad policy.
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Early in the pandemic, Missouri's rural counties were largely spared from COVID-19. But now, many of state's highest rates of infection are in rural areas. In this first segment of our four-part series, COVID in the Rural Ozarks, we look at one county's tension between rugged individualism and regulating public health.