Camden County has established an emergency hotline that will be staffed from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for residents who must remain under self-quarantine to deliver food and medicine.

Camden County has established an emergency hotline that will be staffed from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for residents who must remain under self-quarantine to deliver food and medicine. The hotline will be staffed by Camden County Emergency Management personnel.
The county is recommending senior citizens and those with underlying health issues to self-quarantine and remain at home as much as possible. To assist those high risk residents, the county is responding with the hotline and delivery service. The hotline can be reached at 573-346-6145.
The county will be using a combination of employees whose work responsibilities include things like inspections and assessments that have stopped for the time being and volunteers to deliver the much-needed supplies to higher-risk groups. The county is partnering with churches and other organizations to coordinate the deliveries. Residents can call the hotline number for details.
Effective immediately, the Camden County Courthouse will be closed to the public except for essential services. Services for recording documents, voting and tax payments will continue but other non-essential services have been suspended. Employees will continue to report. Those needing access to the courthouse are asked to use the north entrance.