Monday, April 20, 2020
Kansas City Coronavirus Deaths Flatline For Five Days As Heartland Infections Still Rise
Tonight's COVID-19 roundup via local news and health department websites . . .
Interesting trend we notice that's likely attributed mostly to the STAY AT HOME ORDER and bravery of front line workers across the metro -- Kansas City, Missouri hasn't suffered a coronavirus death since April 15th according to official stats.
Check the local and national links amid continued debate:
Kansas City Health Department: As of April 20, KCMO has recorded 423 positive COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths
KAKE: Coronavirus in Kansas -- 1,986 confirmed cases, 137 new cases and 100 deaths
KMBC: The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said Monday the Show-Me State has reached 5,807 cases of COVID-19, 140 new cases and 177 deaths have been reported.
Biz Insider: The head of WHO warns that 'the worst' of the coronavirus pandemic is 'ahead of us'
Fox News: Prez Trump to 'suspend immigration into the United States' by executive order amid coronavirus
CNN: Some Southern states are reopening businesses; US death toll passes 42,000
CNBC: Senate moves toward possible Tuesday coronavirus vote, Pelosi sees deal ‘on principles’
New York Post: Can the coronavirus be spread through farts?
Developing . . .