Missouri point guard Xavier Pinson walks onto the court before the Tigers game against Ole Miss on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, at Mizzou Arena. Pinson had a career-high 32 points in their win, 71-68.
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Anna Donelson talks to a patient at the drive through on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, at Boone Hospital Center. The coronavirus drive-thru testing center opened on the same day. Hospital staff swabbed patients’ noses for collecting and testing from inside the patients’ cars. Patients need to have an appointment with a doctor first before going to the drive-thru, bringing the same documents and forms that they presented before. Doctors and nurses were using the amount of protection necessary, and after testing a patient, they would change their gloves and sanitize their hands. Tests were occurring from noon to 7 p.m., right next to the emergency entrance.
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Jeremiah Huey looks out of the window on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at Broadway Hotel, in Columbia. Huey is the director of nightlife at the hotel. Most of the hotels in town have seen a decrease on its occupancy since the state of Missouri issued the stay-at-home order, due to the COVID-19 situation.
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Kicker Nick Kerpash from St. Francis Borgia prepares for a warmup kick on Friday, Sep. 13, 2019, at Tolton, in Columbia, Missouri. Borgia won the game by 22 points.
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From left, Steven Geiss, 4, and Wyatt Comes, 5, talk while drawing on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at End of the Rainbow Childcare Center, in Columbia. Steven was drawing Spider-Man, a character which he likes and whom he has couple of T-shirts. Some children require daycare services because their parents are still going to work. The End of the Rainbow center is adapting to maintain their children and teachers safe, regarding the COVID-19 situation. Some measures include disinfecting the playground three times a day and having the teachers take children outside to be picked up by their parents.
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A student crosses the street as snow falls on Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020, in downtown Columbia. Later in the day, the snow was predicted to accumulate one inch per hour.
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Missouri's Golden Girls chant MIZ-ZOU on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020, at Mizzou Arena, in Columbia. The Golden Girls perform in every basketball game, and in this game Missouri women's basketball lost 62-47 to the Kentucky Wildcats.
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Pedro Ramiro plays the violin on Monday, March 9, 2020, at Sinquefield Music Center. The ensemble was playing "descanso" by David Little, an American composer and drummer form New Jersey. Mizzou New Music Ensemble played their new set Monday for their upcoming tour in South America over the summer. Unfortunately, the tour was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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From left, St. Francis Borgia's Mitchel Gildehaus, Zach Hellebusch and Elijah Humphreys celebrate after their win on Friday, Sep. 13, 2019, at Tolton, in Columbia, Missouri. Hellebusch was holding Cletus, their mascot, to commemorate the victory.
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James Hanson, right, checks out a handgun as Larry Wayland talks to him on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at Modern Arms, in Columbia. Wayland is the owner of the gun store. The shop has seen an increase in the sales from the moment COVID-19 cases started to appear.
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Herad Coach Cuonzo Martin gets the attention of his players on Saturday, Feb. 08, 2020, at Mizzou Arena. Coach Martin lead his team to a win by 4 points on overtime against Arkansas.
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From left, Charlie Werth, Silvia Stambaugh, Yoseph Gebrehiwot, Ella Boyt, Marissa Kraus and Kristina Sidorova hangout on Friday, April 17, 2020, at Hickman High School, in Columbia. The friends were trying to maintain 6 feet social distance rule. For the second week in a row, Columbia's high schools joined the nationwide movement to light up the football fields in honor of graduating seniors in the class of 2020 who are missing the final months of their high school careers
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Kent Willett, a dentist at Willett Dental Associates, examines a patient on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, in Columbia. Willett got his dental degree in 1980 at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. The dentist travels every year on a service trip to help communities in need outside the United States of America, this year they were going to Jamaica.