The Laclede County Health Department releases information about the possible community exposures of two confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
The first case of exposure spanned June 21 to June 26, all in the town of Lebanon. The person visited a church, two restaurants, Walmart, and muffler shop during that time.
The second case of exposure spanned June 24 to June 26. That person also visited the Lebanon Walmart, as well as a convenience store, a number of stores in Springfield, and both Marshalls and Panera Bread in Osage Beach.
Employees or customers at these locations should monitor for symptoms, although health officials say they believe the risk exposure is low.