COVID-19 Information for Pulaski County, Missouri

Details, Guidance, & Resources for Locals & Area Businesses

Updated 5/6/2020

Lodging & Outfitters

UPDATE: Guidelines for Lodging & Outfitters can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/guidelines-for-pulaski-county-missouri-lodging-outfitters/. These guidelines are provided by Pulaski County Health Center and are effective May 4, 2020.

Restaurant Delivery & Order Ahead

Information regarding restaurant delivery, order ahead and limited dine-in services can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/restaurant-delivery-take-out

UPDATE: Food establishment guidelines to be used in conjunction with Show Me Strong Recovery have been provided by Pulaski County Health Center. View them here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/guidelines-for-pulaski-county-missouri-food-establishments/

Grocery Stores & Pharmacies

Information on Pulaski County grocery stores and pharmacies can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/grocery-stores-pharmacies

Shopping Resources

When shopping is necessary during the COVID-19 recovery shop local! Information can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/shopping-in-pulaski-county

Resources for Businesses

Helpful information for Pulaski County businesses can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/industry-login/business-resource-information

Stay-At-Home Orders Lifted as of May 4th

Information regarding Missouri’s “Stay Home Missouri” order which went into effect Monday, April 6, 2020 can be found here: https://governor.mo.gov/stay-home-missouri-order-guidance-and-frequently-asked-questions

UPDATE: Missouri will reopen economic and social activity on May 4th under Governor Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” plan.

Information regarding Pulaski County, Missouri’s Stay-At-Home Order can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/pulaski-county-missouri-stay-at-home-order

UPDATE: Pulaski County Commissioners rescinded their Stay-At-Home order April 30th, 2020. Pulaski County will reopen economic and social activity on May 4th under Governor Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” plan.

Statement from PCTB Executive Director Beth Wiles, CDME

Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center Executive Director Beth Wiles’ statement can be found here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/covid-19-statement.

UPDATE: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau’s Visitors Center in Saint Robert will resume normal operating hours Monday, May 4, 2020. See what steps we are taking to protect your safety and health here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/pulaski-county-visitors-center-tourists-travelers-visitors-welcome/