BOONVILLE, Mo. — There are no more active cases of the coronavirus in Cooper County, according to the health department.

All 8 official cases have reportedly recovered, leaving the county without any active cases.

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Next door, Boone County added 2 more cases Sunday, reaching 100 overall with 94 recoveries. Missouri is now reporting 9,844 cases and 482 deaths.