Emails show Parson was warned about virus outbreak before visit to state office building
JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Mike Parson proceeded with an event at a state office building last month after staff warned his office of a cluster of COVID-19 cases among state workers in the building, according to emails obtained by the Post-Dispatch.
Parson, a Republican running for a four-year term, was diagnosed with COVID-19 a week after the visit, on Sept. 23, and began a 10-day isolation period at the Governor's Mansion.
The emails show that Lori Croy, a public relations officer at th...