Mayor Krewson announced declaring a public health emergency not at a press conference on the steps of City Hall but on Twitter. In a tweet that provided little context, was confusing about the status of schools & churches and offered no link for additional information, testing or supplies. Don’t see aldermen or councilmen on the ground in their districts or wards. But, but, but Trump.

Mayor Krewson announced declaring a public health emergency not at a press conference on the steps of City Hall but on Twitter. In a tweet that provided little context, was confusing about the status of schools & churches and offered no link for additional information, testing or supplies. Don’t see aldermen or councilmen on the ground in their districts or wards. But, but, but Trump.

Mayor Lyda Krewson on Twitter

“Today, in order to be proactive and protect and safeguard the health and safety of the public, @STLCityGov and @CityofSTLDOH are declaring a public health emergency and are prohibiting events with attendees in excess of 1,000 people until further notice. #COVID19”

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